How Do I File My LLC Business Taxes for the First Time

If you’re a small business owner who has recently formed an LLC, you’re probably wondering how to file your taxes for the first time. Here’s what you need to know. First of all, you’ll need to file a Schedule C with your 1040 tax form. This will report your LLC’s income and expenses. You’ll also need to pay self-employment taxes on your net profit; fortunately, the IRS offers several ways to do this. Now if you’re at a net loss, you will not owe self-employment taxes. Finally, make sure you keep good records of your business income and expenses throughout the year, so you can accurately report them on your tax return and not miss out on any opportunities. By following these tips, filing your LLC taxes for the first time will be a lot less complicated!

Now let me break this all done in greater detail. So one of the first things you need to do is obtain a tax identification number for your LLC if you haven’t already done so. This can be done by filing Form SS-04 with the IRS.

When you are ready to file, you will need to provide the following information:

-The name and address of your LLC

-Your federal tax ID number

-Your Principal Business Activity Code

-The total amount of income earned by your LLC during the year

-The total amount of expenses incurred by your LLC during the year (be sure to categorize your expenses)

These are the basics. In my course How to File Taxes for the First Time as Self Employed, I teach you what you need to know in greater detail. I go over what expenses you can deduct and share lots of insider tips that we tax professionals use to slay taxes. After taking this course, you’ll have a much better understanding of llc business taxes and be able to file your taxes with confidence regardless of which tax software you decide to use.