Posted by Admin on 12. April 2015 17:32
File Form 4868 for 2015 Extension Now! Click Here!
The due date to file your personal taxes for the 2015 tax year is April 15th. That means that anyone looking to e-file an extension must also do so by April 15th. The recommended way to file your extension is online; this allows you to speak with a team of tax specialists able to assist you in your filing. You no longer need to wait long hours at an IRS office or be on hold with the IRS, when you e-file you can directly communicate with your selected e-file provider and they will assist you during the whole process.
When e-filing, you will receive a copy of your tax extension through email. You can use this for your records. You will now count with an extra 6 months to file your taxes. It is recommended by the IRS that you continue to make payments towards your tax amount due if you haven’t already done so. Any tax amount due will accumulate penalties and interest. You can pay your amount due directly through the e-file provider you file your extension with, or through www.eftps.gov.
Act fast before the deadline of April 15th and file your 4868. Visit www.etax4868.com to get started today.
Posted by Admin on 2. April 2013 23:00
The IRS, need I say more. Filing tax forms is something we all have to do but if you don’t have the due dates marked on the calendar then it’s pretty likely those same due dates can easily sneak up on you. Form 4868 is an extension of time to file your individual tax returns. The IRS knows that some may require more time to file their tax returns and so they created form 4868 which if filed before April 15th will give you an extension of time to file your IRS tax returns.
The IRS does not shy away from late fees. Every year more and more Americans are caught off guard by the IRS due dates and filing any tax return can be a confusing and time consuming process. Each year the IRS updates or creates a new tax document making the task of filing your tax return even more strenuous than the year before. Don’t become overwhelmed with the stress of having enough time, just file an extension and rest assured you have the time needed to prepare for filing.
Time is money, so use this opportunity to file your request for an extension now. The extension does not give you more time to pay your taxes if you owe but it does a lot more time for you to get your tax information sorted so that you can file properly. Thousands of Americans file an extension every year just so they have the extra time to sort out affairs and collect all the necessary documents. There is no penalty or negative mark in regards to filing a 4868 extension. It’s as easy as filling in a few blanks and submitting before the deadline on April 15th.
Posted by Admin on 27. March 2013 21:44
You can use any authorized IRS e-file providers to file your extension if you can’t complete your personal tax return for 2013 by IRS deadline April 15. Once you complete the e-filing process, you will receive an acknowledgement if your extension has been approved or not. Something important to remember is that the form 4868 does not extend the time you have to pay your tax due. This only allows you a 6 month extension (4 months if you’re out of the country) to file your personal taxes.
The due date to file this extension is the same due date as the form you are filing the extension for. You can file a 4868 for tax Forms 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, 1040NR, 1040NR-EZ, 1040-PR, or 1040-SS. If you are out of the country on the due date of the tax return, you are automatically granted 2 extra months to file your return and pay any amount due without having to file form 4868. Being out of the country only applies to those who live outside of the United States and Puerto Rico and their work is outside of US and Puerto Rico, or if they are in military or naval service outside of the United State or Puerto Rico. If this is you, then your due date to file is July 17th, 2013.
If you owe any tax, you must make a minimum payment of at least $1. Any payment not made after the due date will accumulate penalties. E-filing is the quickest and most secure way to e-file your form 4868 personal tax extension. With the due date fast approaching, take advantage of e-filing today at www.etax4868.com or www.tax2efile.com.