Tax Season 2022 is open

In the United States the new Tax Season is starting this January 1, 2022 with the following important dates during the year. Take note so you don't forget:

  • March 15, 2022 - Income tax filing deadline for LLCs with two or more partners;
  • March 15, 2022 - Deadline for S-Corporation Income Tax filing;
  • March 15, 2022 - Deadline for requesting a 6-month extension on income tax filing for LLCs (Partnership) and S-Corporations.
  • April 15, 2022 - Deadline for submitting Individual and Corporate Income Taxes.
  • April 15, 2022 - Deadline for requesting a 06-month extension in the filing of Income Tax for Individuals and Corporations.
  • September 15, 2022 - Deadline for filing income taxes for LLC (Partnership) companies of two or more partners that have an approved extension request.
  • October 15, 2022 - Deadline for Individual and Corporation Taxes that have an approved extension request.

Despite the tax filing deadlines, the IRS encourages businesses and individuals to file their returns early in the year so as not to overload the system with last minute filing, and so that individuals can quickly receive their refunds from the government of credits and other payments withheld and eligible for refund by the IRS.

It is important to remember that foreign persons must also file a FBAR (Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts) return if they have checking accounts over $10,000 outside the United States. This return must be filed on the same date as the Personal or Corporate Income Tax.

Contact us today to have your income tax return filed as soon as possible and to be even with your IRS obligations.

24 thoughts on “Tax Season 2022 is open”


    Hello, I would like to know the amount to declare tax for my company (PJ) and for me and husband (PF) and for my son (PF)

  2. Please let me know how much it costs for someone to analyze my situation and resolve my charges
    For I am living in
    Brazil and I keep going to the USA

    1. Hello Marcia, thank you for getting in touch, our team has already contacted you to proceed with your Income Tax.

    1. Yes João, we provide all the Income Tax service for individuals and companies, our team has already contacted you to proceed.

  3. Friends, I am looking for an accountant with CPA to do the Tax REturn of a couple friend of mine. Both are non residents but have green card. Do you do it? If yes, I would like a proposal. They have basically investments in Brazil and an account in the US.

  4. Eduardo Araújo Bahia Júnior

    Hello, my grandmother has an income in the United States and we need help with our income tax return there.


    I would like to receive information for contracting for non-resident individual income tax return filing services.

  6. Good evening. I would like to know if pension plans kept here in Brazil are taxed in the USA. If so how to declare them.

  7. Good morning! I have an amount of money in an account in the USA that I intend to invest in the stock market. I would like to know how much you charge to make the declaration and what I need to do to make such a declaration.

    1. Hello Good Morning, If you only have a checking account in the US with funds that were already yours, you don't need to file Income Tax in the US.


    Good evening, could you please tell me the deadline for filing income tax in the US for non-residents (Form 1040 NR)?

    1. Hi Luiza, how are you? If you have not received any money as an employee of an American company, the deadline is June 15, 2022.

  9. José Bautista Fidalgo

    I worked illegally in the United States in 1999/2002 and never declared my work, am I entitled to a refund of the tax I paid?

    1. Hello Jose, how are you? Please contact us through our service channels so that we can better evaluate your case and see how we can help you.


    Good Morning
    I need help with filing a late income tax return for the years 2019 and 2020,I would like a quote for consulting. I look forward to hearing back.

    1. Hello Joana, thank you for your contact, we have already sent you an e-mail to better understand your case.

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