6-months extension, Additional Extension of Time, Extension Form 2350, Extension Tax 4868, IRS form 4868

Tax Returns are Due April 18, not April 15.

Yes, this year tax returns are due April 18, not April 15. You should efile a federal tax extension for Tax Year 2016 by April 18, 2017, the same day as the deadline to efile a 2016 Tax Return. If you efile a tax extension, your new deadline to efile a 2016 Tax Return will be October 16, 2017.

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The extension of time is automatic You just get the extra six months, period of time to complete your tax return. Extensions used to be four months, with two additional months only if you had a good reason. Now, automatic extensions are six months. Again, the extension is to File, not to Pay, make your payment and use the time to make your return accurate and complete.

Electronic Filing for Extension of Time

E-file saves you a lot of time and money… try electronic filing for your extension return and get it accepted in just minutes. Extension returns can be prepared and filed online at http://ExtensionTax.com an IRS authorized e-file website and from ThinkTrade, Inc.

E-file is just $9.99! which can push your deadline from April 18th to October 16th.

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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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