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File Income Tax Extension

Ok so there's the stiff arm, a tactic to keep someone at bay, but it won't work with Uncle Sam. That boy is persistent, and he packs some real punishment if you don't comply.

Filing An Income Tax Extension can buy you more time to complete tax season tasks...

Uncle Sam must be satisfied or else. It's not a matter of getting back to him whenever you please. If you cant get your taxes done on time, file a income tax extension and get any taxes you still owe paid. Or else!!!

Or Else you say? Yes I say... Your tax bill as it is now will seem quite small when you compare it to a future version that shows IRS penalties and interest charges that add up to a much bigger pain in the you-know-what!

Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return

Fact is, anyone can apply for an income tax extension, which grants taxpayers an additional 6 months to prepare and file their tax return.

There is no need to explain why you are requesting a tax extension. The IRS will contact you only if your request is denied. In this case, they will supply a reason so you can make corrections and re-apply.

Fact is, just about everyone that applies will get approved.

Get 6 More Months To Prepare and Submit Your Tax Return to the IRS

Squeezing more time out of the IRS for tax preparation is far easier than you may think.

They don't care why you want an extension, and the won't ask!

Just apply, and get-er-done!

Many things in life are difficult, but this ain't one of them...

Follow these three steps to Qualify for an Income Tax Extension

  1. Use our website tax calculator to estimate your federal tax liability using your annual income.
  2. Enter your tax liability on line 4 of Extension Form 4868
  3. eFile or mail Form 4868 by the April 15 tax return due date.

WARNING!!!

Form 4868 does NOT extend the time you have to pay any taxes that you may still owe.

If you do not pay what you owe by the regular due date, you will be subjected to interest charges on a monthly basis. You may also be subjected to penalty charges.

How to Pay Your Taxes Owed

Electronic Payments

You can pay electronically online, or by phone using Direct Pay, the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. This can be done by using your bank account, or by debit or credit card.

Pay by Check or Money Order

  • Make check or money order pay to United States Treasury.
  • Write your SSN, daytime phone number, and “Form 4868” on your check or money order.
  • Do not staple or attach your payment to Form 4868.

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