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Tax Due Dates

Knowing your tax due dates, especially in New Hampshire, is a critical aspect of creating business financial confidence for yourself or your business. Understanding your tax entity, as well as understanding your payroll tax obligations is essential to this process.


Tax due dates are easy to meet when you ask Appletree Business Services to keep you up to date with the tax schedule!


Tax due dates in New Hampshire aren’t a mystery anymore when you’re part of Appletree Business Services’ Business Owners Package! For a fixed monthly fee, we will automatically let you know whenever a tax is due. Not only that, we’ll fill out whatever forms are required and send them to you along with a set of instructions. Simply follow the instructions and enclose a check in a pre-addressed envelope included by Appletree Business Services.


Tax dues and don’ts! Appletree Business Services knows when you need to file and pay taxes, so you don’t have to worry about being late again. It’s essential that New Hampshire small businesses keep accounts up to date and observe tax due dates.


    • If a due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, then the next business day becomes the due date.
    • For individual income taxes, tax deposits are due on April 15, June 15, September 15, and January 15. New Hampshire Business Profits Tax deposits are due on the 15th of April, June, September and December.
    • For corporate income taxes, tax deposits are due on the 15th day of the 4th, 6th, 9th, and 12th month of the fiscal year.
    • For payroll tax deposits, deposits are made on either a monthly or semi-weekly basis.
      • The determination of which deposit schedule applies will be made for the calendar year by looking back at the employment taxes reported for the 4 quarters ending the previous June 30 of the calendar year.
      • For paydays on Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday, the deposit is due the Wednesday after the payday.For all other paydays, the deposit is due by the Friday following payday.
      • All new firms will be monthly depositors. Firms amassing $100,000 or more at any time must deposit the funds by the next business day.

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