Financial Resources for Business Owners

Financial and tax basics for startups and mature businesses.

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Financial Resources for Business Owners

March 15, 2022:

S Corporation and Partnership tax returns or extensions are due.

April 13/April 27/May 11/May 25 at 2 PM:

The SBA and partners are hosting a 4-part Building a Better America webinar series to provide small business owners with access to critical resources and community to aid growth.

April 18, 2022:

C Corporation and Individual tax returns or extensions are due.

The first of your four estimated quarterly payments are also due.

May 15, 2022

Annual Texas franchise tax reports are due today.

June/September 15th, 2022, and January 17, 2023:

Estimated quarterly payments are due, or they are due on the following Monday if the above dates fall on a weekend.

September 15, 2022:

Final filing deadline for S Corporations and Partnerships that were approved for a tax extension.

October 15, 2022:

Final filing deadline for sole proprietorships and C Corporations that were approved for a filing extension.

Texas sales tax monthly reports are due on the 20th of every month.

Does your annual income get reported to you on a W2 or 1099?

W-2: You are an employee of a business – eligible for unemployment during Covid. See unemployment website for your state.

1099: You are a contractor/self employed – special type of unemployment (see below)

Contractors/Self Employed (1099’s) Unemployment Information for Texas

  • If you are self-employed, a contract worker or previously worked in a position that did not report wages, you may qualify for unemployment and can apply. Click here to see if you qualify.

  • If you do qualify, click here for instructions on how to apply for your benefits.

  • Create an account and submit your application here.

Are you an LGBTQ+ business?

Do you run a business that has W2 employees?

You could be eligible for the following assistance:

PPP Loan: 75% of loan total must be used to cover payroll in order for loan to be forgivable. Remainder to be used for specific expenses. Click here for more information.

EIDL: Emergency grant of $10,000 to SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan applicants: Even if your business is denied a loan, you can still access this grant, which can be used to provide employee sick leave, maintain payroll or meet other needs like paying rent. Click here to apply.

For Streamlined application process, click here.

SBA Express Bridge Loans: For businesses that already have an existing SBA loan. Click here for more information.

SBA Debt Relief: Click here for more information.

PPP Loan Forgiveness Guide for Self Employed: Click here