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TODAY, April 15, is the deadline for Form 7004 extension of time for Form 1120 C-corp. Now is the time to file electronically!

There is a pressing need to act quickly because there isn’t much time left to file the C-corporation Form 1120 income tax return or an Extension Form 7004 for C-corporation 1120 to seek a filing extension. It’s not unfair to choose to save your hard-earned money for as long as possible, so you can make sure that you register and pay your taxes on or before the deadline to avoid IRS fines and interest. Keep one step ahead of the IRS by e-filing for an automatic 6-month extension of time to file the income tax returns. The deadline to file your C-corporation income tax returns (IRS Form 1120) is TODAY, April 15, 2021. The deadline to apply for a Form 7004 extension, which is an automatic extension of time for Form 1120, is also TODAY, April 15.

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The deadline to file an extension for C-corporation income tax returns (IRS Form 1120) is April 15, 2021. E-file now!

To give employers more cash in their paychecks, businesses were given the option to postpone withdrawing the employee’s share of payroll taxes on salaries earned between September 1, 2020, and December 31, 2020. Beginning March 27, 2020, you were given the option to delay the employer’s share of payroll taxes. Payroll taxes suspended during this time frame must be collected by April 30, 2021. To offset the balance that was withheld last year, you’ll need to subtract extra payroll tax from workers’ checks for the first four months of 2021. These taxes should be deposited in accordance with the daily salary withholding plan.

The tax filing deadline was March 15 for several companies, like most S corporations and partnerships. Since the move was announced after the deadline, this deadline remained unchanged. For C corporations, the April 15 deadline remains the same. Since sole proprietorships follow the same tax code as corporations, their 2020 returns must be filed by April 15, 2021. By filing Form 7004 along with a deposit equal to the amount of expected tax due, partnerships and S corporations may seek a six-month extension. The annual tax return, with interest and fees, is due on September 15 in this situation. Corporate tax returns for taxes earned in 2020 must be submitted by April 15, 2021. Businesses may use Form 1120 or file Form 7004 to make a deposit for the amount of expected tax owed to seek a six-month extension. This is also the deadline for the first quarterly projected tax payment of the year. You have until October 15 to file your income tax return using Form 1120 if your company has requested an extension. At this point, you’ll have to pay fines, interest, and any residual tax.

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Tax Time and Need extra time to report your tax return then file for an extension today at ExtensionTax.com

It is tax season, the federal tax returns due dates are around and if you need extra time to work with your return then report tax extension form 4868 and form 7004; push your deadline beyond the actual due date (March or April). Federal Extension Tax reporting is easy, fast and secured at ExtensionTax.com. You don’t have be an expert, applying for an extension is now made easy. 100% Fast, Safe and Accurate.

We support all major Extension Tax Application filing;

Form 4868 – Automatic Extension of Time To File Personal Income Tax Return
Form 7004 – Automatic Extension of Time To File Business Income Tax Return
Form 8868 – Automatic Extension of Time To File Exempt Organization Tax Return

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July 15 is the new tax day for all income tax filers, not ready then file an extension of time at ExtensionTax.com

The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service have provided special tax filing and payment relief to individuals and businesses in response to the COVID-19 Outbreak. The filing deadline for tax returns has been extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020. The IRS urges taxpayers who are owed a refund to file as quickly as possible. For those who can’t file by the July 15, 2020 deadline, the IRS reminds individual taxpayers that everyone is eligible to request an extension to file their return.

July 15, 2020 is just a week to go and less time left, if you’re still in need of additional time apply for extension of time using the below forms;

  • Form 7004 : Business Income Tax Extension
  • Form 4868: Personal Income Tax Extension
  • Form 8868 : Exempt Business Income Tax Extension
  • Form 2350: Personal Income Tax Extension for Out of Country filers.
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The deadlines to FILE and PAY federal income taxes are extended to July 15, 2020.

The Federal Governments’ response to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis by automatically extending certain filing deadlines and payments is good news to many, though the deadline to report personal income tax has been extended from April 15th to July 15th. Taxpayers including individuals, trusts and estates, corporations and other non-corporate tax filers as well as those who pay self-employment tax, if wants more time for any reason to file federal income tax returns can use www.ExtensionTax.com to e-file extension forms to request for an automatic extension, this will give them an automatic 6 months extension from the newly extended July 15 deadline.  

  • Individual taxpayers can request a filing extension by filing Form 4868 and;
  • Businesses who need additional time can request a filing extension by filing Form 7004.

By obtaining this extension, you can avoid any late-filing penalties as long as you do file by the extended due date. It’s important to keep in mind that filing an extension does not generally mean you are off the hook for paying taxes.

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