How to Calculate Quarterly Taxes for Your LLC

If you are a business owner who operates as an LLC, you are probably aware that you are more than likely required to pay quarterly taxes. This can be confusing for some people, so in this blog post I will provide a step-by-step guide on how to calculate your quarterly taxes. I will also provide a few tips on how to make the process easier and less time consuming.

The first thing you need to do is gather all of your financial information for the quarter (A quarter is Jan-Mar, Apr-Jun, Jul-Sept, and Oct-Dec). This includes your income, expenses, and any other money that has come into or gone out of your business. Once you have all of this information, you will need to calculate your net income. This is your total income minus your total expenses.

Once you have your net income, if it’s at a loss, then you won’t owe an estimated tax for this quarter, but if its at a profit, thenyou will need to multiply it by your tax rate. The tax rate for LLCs is typically around 15%. So, if your net income for the quarter was $1000, you would owe $150 in taxes.

You will then need to make a quarterly tax payment to the IRS. You can do this online, by mail, or through a tax preparer. Be sure to keep track of your payment.

That’s it! Now you know how to calculate your quarterly taxes for your LLC. If you follow these steps, the process will be quick and easy.

When you are ready to actually file your taxes, remember that the business part of your taxes is form Schedule C. The best thing is to have a tax professional complete and file your taxes, but if you’re planning to do it yourself, then you should definitely check out my Schedule C course. I walk you step by step and drop lots of hidden gems of information, so visit the link above to learn more. (And the course is tax deductible to your business).