Prepare for Next Season

With less than two months left within the year, most of you have already completed your tax filings with the IRS. If you haven’t yet, at the very least, you’ve taken the proper steps to extend your deadline to file. For those of you who are completely done, you can breathe a sigh of relief until next year… But why wait until next year?

Whether you’ve had an easy or difficult time this past tax season, you can experience an even better time filing your taxes with proper preparation. Being well prepared to file your taxes can include a number things such as having your records in order, using a certified accountant or tax professional, or even having the correct IRS forms you need to file.

One of the things you can do to be better prepared for the next tax season is to anticipate the steps you took filing this past tax season. For instance, if you had to file an extension this time around, why not go ahead and have extension complete and ready to go?

“How would I know if I need an extension so soon?”

The truth is that you really don’t know until that time comes, but you can still use that to your advantage. With ExpressExtension, you can create a FREE account, and with that account, you can enter all the necessary information needed for your extension, all for FREE. And then, you can leave it right there until you need to use it. You won’t be charged anything until you’re ready to transmit your extension to the IRS.

Because of ExpressExtension’s cloud computing feature, the information you enter stays within your account until you decide to change or delete it - no matter how many times you happen to log in or log out. And for tax professionals who need to file for multiple organizations, businesses, or individuals, you can add information for each all under one account.

So let’s say you go ahead a fill out everything needed to e-file your tax extension. The time comes to file your tax return, and you realize that you don’t need the tax extension you had in reserve. Great for you; nothing else is required from you as far as tax extensions go. But then, the following year comes around, and find yourself in need of an extension. Your details are still within your account from the previous year; all you need is to select the year you’re e-filing for and proceed to transmit to the IRS.

It’s so simple and there’s nothing wrong with being one step ahead. Get ready for the upcoming tax season with the following tax extension deadlines for 2016:

As you prepare for your next tax season, we’re prepared to lend you a helping hand. Our professional team of live experts, located in Rock Hill, South Carolina, are ready to answer any questions you might have, or to provide any needed assistance. Dial us up at (803) 514-5155; we’re available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST. Or send us an email 24/7 at and live chat with us at

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