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Business Income Tax deadline can be Extended!

March 15th will be the deadline to file your business income tax return and if you need more time to file, it’s not too late to e-file an extension with . Missing your tax deadline can incur hefty penalties & Interests. is your one-stop e-filing solution for IRS tax extensions. E-filing an extension for your business tax return is quick and easy…

Form 7004: supports e-filing of IRS Form 7004. This form can automatically extend your filing deadline for up to 6 months. It is not complicated to fill out and really only requires a few business details to complete. Form 7004 can be e-filed by Multi-Member LLCs, C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, Trusts, and Estates.  Continue reading

E-file Form 7004: Postpone Business Tax Return Deadline!



IRS Form 7004, officially known as the “Form 7004 – Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File Certain Business Income Tax, Information, and Other Returns,” is a request for an automatic extension of time to file certain business tax returns. The deadline to file a Business Tax Extension is March 15th. The extension will be granted by the IRS if the business:


  1. Complete IRS Form 7004 properly
  2. Make a proper estimate of the tax (if applicable)
  3. File the form by the due date of the return to which the Form 7004 applies,
  4. Pay any tax that is due.

An IRS Form 7004 can be submitted to automatically extend the filing deadline for 32 different IRS returns. The IRS grants automatic extensions of six (6) months, on the return for which the extension is filed. The eligible returns and length of automatic extensions are listed below: Continue reading

It’s April 18th – Tax Day! E-file for an Extension Today!




It’s tax time. I know this because I’m staring at documents that make no sense to me, no matter how many beers I drink.” – Dave Barry. The day Dave was quoting is today. YES! You read that right, Today April 18th, is your deadline to file and pay your Personal Income taxes. Not everyone is prepared to file their Personal Income Taxes, due to lack of paper work or lack of time. Continue reading

One Last Week Left to E-file your Extension Form 4868!

more timeTime just flies away! It just feels like yesterday when we all gave a warm welcome to 2017, but it’s already 100 days old. Today is the 101st day of the year 2017. 2017 is not only 100 days old but your Personal Income taxes are due in a week’s time. This is also the 15th week of the Year 2017 and today is the 15th Tuesday of 2017. Exactly in a week’s time that is the 16th Tuesday of 2017 you have to file & pay your Personal Income Tax. If not you are not really going to enjoy the rest of the year.

Thanks to the upcoming weekend that pushes the Tax Day to April 18th, for all those Law Abiding Tax payers out there, breaking your heads because of unavailability of adequate paper work to file your personal Income tax. IRS has a gift waiting, which you can claim by E-filing Form 4868. As soon as you file your Form 4868 you will be gifted with 6 more months of time to file your Personal Income Tax. Continue reading

E-file Form 4868 to legally Postpone Your Tax Due Date by 6 six months!




If we are paying attention to our lives, we’ll recognize those defining moments. The challenge for so many of us is that we are so deep into daily distractions and ‘being busy,busy’ that we miss out on those moments and opportunities that – if jumped on – would get our careers and personal lives to a whole new level of wow. In today’s modern lifestyle almost every individual cribs stating that 24 hours a day is not enough to take care of their daily chores.

Month of April 2017 is already 7 days old and your Personal Income Tax is due in another 10 days. You read that right this year the tax due date is April 18th not April 15th, thanks to the weekend and the following federal holiday. Well, though the due date is postponed by three days is that really enough for you to gather all the required paper works and file your Personal Income Tax on time without any mistakes. We can hear that loud “NO” so can the IRS. Continue reading