Time is quickly slipping away, and if you haven’t filed yet, you have until midnight local time to file your personal income tax returns without IRS penalties. Today’s due date is only for those who filed IRS Form 4868 for the original income tax due date back in April.
File to Avoid Penalties
Today is the only extended deadline for you all still filing income tax returns - no other extensions are available. If you fail to file on time, the IRS can charge you 5% of your unpaid taxes per month or part of the month your tax form is late. Maximum penalties can reach 25% of unpaid taxes, but being more than 60 days late leads to a minimum fee of $135 or the remainder of your tax bill balance.
Personal Tax Extensions
It’s never too early to start planning ahead for next year’s tax season. If you think of any reason at all that you can’t file before the original personal tax deadline, we recommend filing a tax extension as soon as possible.
With ExpressExtension.com, you can e-file your personal tax extension within minutes and receive approval from the IRS almost instantly. E-filing with our service is made simple as possible, and you can get six extra months of filing time with these easy steps:
- 1. Create a FREE account at ExpressExtension.com
- 2. Click “Create Personal Tax Extension”
- 3. Enter the required information for single or joint filing
- 4. Enter any tax amounts you owe if applicable
- 5. Choose your method of IRS payment if necessary
- 6. Authorize and transmit to the IRS
For even more convenience, e-file on the go or wherever you are with our FREE downloadable Express 4868 app for your favorite iOS or Android devices - keep all the simplicity, accurateness, and quickness of e-filing without being stuck at a desktop computer.
Contact our U.S. - based e-file experts, and we’ll be happy to answer any questions or assist you with the electronic filing process. We’re available Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST at 803.514.5155 or through email with support@ExpressExtension.com.