Can you still file a 2016 tax return?
The short answer is yes, you can still file a 2016 tax return. If you’re owed a refund, you can still claim it, and if you owe the IRS money, they’ll still be glad to receive it.
Is Delaware still a tax haven?
While not quite the Cayman Islands or the British Virgin Islands, the U.S. has its own tax haven. Known for being more than just the Diamond State, Delaware is known all across the globe as a U.S. tax haven. Many businesses have reaped the benefits of establishing a business in the Diamond State.
Do I have to pay Delaware franchise tax?
All corporations incorporated in the State of Delaware are required to file an Annual Report and to pay a franchise tax. Exempt domestic corporations do not pay a tax but must file an Annual Report. Taxes for these entities are due on or before June 1st of each year. Penalty for non-payment or late payment is $200.00.
Do I have to file a Delaware corporate tax return?
Every domestic or foreign corporation doing business in Delaware, not specifically exempt under Section 1902(b), Title 30, Delaware Code, is required to file a corporate income tax return (Form 1100 or Form 1100EZ) regardless of the amount, if any, of its gross income or its taxable income.
What happens if I didn’t file my taxes for 2016?
The failure-to-file penalty is 5% of your balance due for every month (or part of a month) in which your taxes go unpaid. The amount you owe for this penalty will be reduced by the amount you owe for the failure-to-pay penalty. The maximum amount of this penalty is 25% of your unpaid taxes.
What happens if you don’t pay Delaware LLC tax?
Failure to pay the franchise tax by the deadline will result in $200 penalty and interest charges assessed by the State of Delaware at the rate of 1.5% a month. It will also prevent the business from getting a certificate of good standing and may eventually lead to your business declared void by the State.
How is franchise tax calculated?
The state calculates its franchise tax based on a company’s margin which is computed in one of four ways: Total revenue multiplied by 70% Total revenue minus cost of goods sold (COGS) Total revenue minus compensation paid to all personnel.