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Tax Filing Season and claim additional time if your not ready to report your income tax return

The IRS is now accepting personal income tax returns as the annual tax filing season is underway. The IRS expects taxpayers to file more than 155 million returns this year. Here are some things for taxpayers to consider as they are filing:

  • People have until Tuesday, April 17, 2018, to file their 2017 returns and pay any taxes due.
  • Choosing e-file and direct deposit is the fastest and safest way to file an accurate income tax return and receive a refund.
  • Families with incomes of $66,000 or less can file for free. They can do so using brand name software through the IRS Free File program. People who earned more than $66,000 may use Free File Fillable Forms.
  • By law, the IRS cannot issue some refunds before mid-February. These refunds are for tax returns that claim the Earned Income Tax Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit. The IRS expects the earliest refunds related to EITC and ACTC to be available in taxpayer bank accounts or on debit cards starting on Feb. 27, 2018.
  • The best way for taxpayers to check the status of a refund is to use “Where’s My Refund?” ‎on IRS.gov or the IRS2Go mobile app.
  • Taxpayers with low and moderate incomes can get help filing their taxes for free. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance and Tax Counseling for the Elderly programs have more than 12,000 sites around the country. To find the nearest site, use the VITA/TCE Site Locator on IRS.gov or the IRS2Go mobile app.
  • Taxpayers should have their year-end statements in hand before filing. This includes Forms W-2 from employers and Forms 1099 from banks and other payers. Doing this helps avoid refund delays and the need to file an amended return.
  • IRS.gov is the place to go online for tools that help people as they prepare and file their tax return. This includes:
    1. Let Us Help You page helps answer most tax questions.
    2. IRS Services Guide has information about where taxpayers can go for help.
    3. IRS.gov/account allows people to access information about their federal tax account.
  • Many Individual Taxpayer Identification Numbers expired on Dec. 31, 2017. This includes any ITIN not used on a tax return at least once in the past three years. Also, any ITIN with middle digits of 70, 71, 72 or 80 is now expired. Affected taxpayers should act soon to renew their number.
  • Some taxpayers using a tax filing software product for the first time may need their Adjusted Gross Income amount from their prior-year tax return. They need this to verify their identity. Taxpayers using the same tax software they used last year will not need to enter this information.
  • When you’re not ready and need additional time to report your tax returns, then choose to efile Extension Tax Form 4868 by the duedate to push your deadline from April 17 to October 15.
  • e-file a Tax Extension request today to get automatic extension of time by 6 months and extension of time is only for report your tax and not for making any tax payments.
  • http://ExtensionTax.com is just charging $9.99 for a single extension tax return, you could get an IRS acknowledgement in just minutes once IRS accepts your extension form 4868.

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Additional Extension of Time, Extension Form 8868

Due date for tax-exempt organization falls on Nov. 15th.

As the income tax filing deadline approaches each year, no matter if it’s personal tax or business tax, some kind of unrestfulness  comes into us. Some business owners are also in a frenzy because they don’t quite have all their papers in a row to file their taxes on time. This two words would sound more positive for you all… Tax Extension!

Wow, what a thought? we know about it very well but at the last state our mind won’t be thinking or getting it right. Some one would come and tell as about it… then we would smile at them and say, Yes!

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If you’re running behind and won’t have all your information in order by the filing deadline, take a deep breath and relax a little. The IRS grants automatic deadline extensions (when properly requested), so you will have additional time to file your information and can more easily avoid penalties.

November 15 – Deadline!

All tax-exempt organizations must file their annual returns (IRS Form 990, Form 990-EZ, Form 990-N, or 990-PF, as applicable) by TUE, NOV 15TH, 2016 with the IRS, if the organization has a fiscal year ending JUNE 30TH.

Need more time to prepare your federal tax return? Apply for a three month extension of time by filing IRS Form 8868 within minutes @ www.ExtensionTax.com . It’s SIMPLE & AFFORDABLE.

Extension of Time!

Extension of time is only to file your tax return and not for paying your dues. In fact if you have any dues that you owe is pending please make a payment as early as possible to reduce your late fee and penalty.

Read more on your due dates for tax-exempt organization : https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/return-due-dates-for-exempt-organizations-annual-return

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