Tax Extensions: What They Are & When They Are Due

Do you feel that IRS tax deadlines always fall at the worst possible time? Well you don’t have to get stressed out about it; actually you can remain stress free for the entire tax season. It’s true, all you need to do is file an IRS Tax Extension and extend your tax deadline.

What is a Tax Extension?
A tax extension extends the amount of time to prepare and file your tax return with the IRS. Now, although a tax extension extends the time you have to file your return, it does not extend the time you have to pay any taxes owed. When e-filing a tax extension, you do not need to provide any explanation to why you are requesting an extension. 
The easiest and most convenient way to e-file your tax extension is through provides e-filing for business, personal, and nonprofit tax extensions. It only takes a few moments to complete and transmit a return, and you never have to deal with all those paper tax forms again. 
When are the Deadlines?

March 16th
Business Tax Extension – IRS Form 7004 can be e-filed to automatically extend you business tax return deadline 5 to 6 months. This extension can  be used by Multi-Member LLCs, C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, Trusts, and Estates.
April 15th
Personal Tax Extension – IRS Form 4868 can be e-filed for an additional 6 months to file IRS Forms 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040NR, 1040NR-EZ, 1040-PR, and 1040-SS.
May 15th
Nonprofit/Exempt Organization Extension – IRS Form 8868 can be e-filed for an automatic 3 month extension to file nonprofit tax returns. 
Anyone can e-file a tax extension with the IRS. ExpressExtension provides everything you need to e-file for you extensions and an amazing customer support team. If you have any questions about e-filing your tax extension, contact the ExpressExtension Support Team via phone: 803-514-5155 or email: [email protected]

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