Apply For Tax Extension Online
Filing a tax extension for the 2013 - 2014 tax season is quite easy and takes only minutes. An Extension is a way to ask the IRS for more time to file your tax return. The traditional deadline to file your tax return is April 15, with variations being applied if this date falls on a weekend. You can apply for tax extension grace periods by using the forms below.
Apply For Tax Extension Using These Forms
an extension of time to file does not constitute an extension of
time to pay. If you owe additional taxes, you must pay the IRS
by the April 15th deadline to avoid penalty and interest
fees. Use a free online
income tax calculator for payment estimates.
How much are penalty and interest charges
If you owe the IRS, you must pay your tax in full by the tax return due date. If you do not pay your taxes in full, the IRS will calculate and charge penalties and interest on your outstanding balance at at a rate of 5% per month up to a maximum penalty of 25% of the balance due.
By contrast, if you did not complete your income tax filing on time, the failure to pay penalty if you did not file an extension is 0.5% per month, plus a monthly penalty charge. Bottom line, If you owe, file an extension and pay as much as you can of your taxes due!
Tax Payment Options
You can pay your taxes using a credit card and file your Form 4868 all at the same time when you apply for tax extension grace periods online.
Now that Form 4868 provides an automatic 6-month extension, you will no longer need to submit Form 2688 to extend an additional 2 months.
Apply For a Tax Extension Online in minutes and avoid the April 15 tax filing deadline.
The extension process takes just a few minutes.
Got some time left? you can File Now!
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