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E-file IRS Tax Form 8868!

Non-Profit and Tax-Exempt Organizations can now extend their 2011 tax through www.extensiontax.comExtensiontax.com is known for offering quality service as well as a quick and easy way to extend the filing date for Personal, Business and non-profit organization Returns.

Using IRS Form 8868: “Application for Extension of Time to File an Exempt Organization Return” Non-Profit and Tax-Exempt Organizations can now file for an extension of their filing date. The process may be slightly different than that for Personal and Business Extensions, but it is just as simple.

There are several distinct differences of Filing a Form 8868 rather than a Personal or Business Return Extension. For Instance, a Non-Profit Organization must provide the name of the person in charge of the books. They must also provide a Group Exemption Number if the organization is filing a group return. A significant difference of Filing the 8868 Non-Profit Extension is that it consists of two parts. Part one is an automatic 3 month extension, while Part 2 is an additional 3 month extension. It should be noted that an organization can only file Part 2 if it has already been granted an Automatic 3-month Extension on a previously filed 8868.

Our Site allows Exempt Organizations to file either Part One or Part Two. An organization can even file Part Two through our website if it did not file part one with us (It is still necessary that a Form 8868Part One was Filed).In the end, we will do the same thing we do with Personal and Business Extensions. We’ll check over your form, make sure it’s clear of basic errors. After that, we’ll submit your tax extension electronically to the IRS. We’re an authorized IRS e-file provider and our site operates on a secure network, so your information is safe.
Depending on volume, you hear back from the IRS in minutes. We’ll keep you updated with any new information from the IRS via email.

Millions of people e-file their tax extension forms every year. The IRS has a digital initiative–a push to get up to 80 percent of their forms online–and tax extensions are included in that. E-filing a federal personal, business and nonprofit tax extension with Form 48687004and 8868 is quick and easy. A tax extension extends the time to file, not to pay taxes (if they are owed).

www.ExtensionTax.com is committed to provide the Best in Quality and Service for all our users,  www.ExtensionTax.com /www.TaxExcise.com is a certified, IRS authorized, e-file service provider for Form 2290Form8849Form720 & Extensions for  Form4868,  Form8868 and Form7004.

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Extensiontax.com makes filing tax extensionseasy with their simple and secure e-filing programExtensiontax.com is an authorized IRS e-file provider, serving the entire Nation. With Extensiontax.com, users can e-file a personal, business or nonprofit organization tax extension in less than 10 minutes, for less than $10.

The deadline for filing a tax extension is right around the corner.  With Extensiontax.com, users can e-file a six month extension quickly and easily. The complete process, starting from signing up in to the website to transmit takes just a few minutes. Plus,Extensiontax.com offers the lowest price in the industry when it comes to Efiling Extension forms 48687004 and 8868.

Extensiontax.com has loads of contextual help and support windows to guide users through the process. Other tax extension programs expect users to know what every form means; Extensiontax.com spells it out, and makes it easy. The website is intuitive, simple, and low on confusing tax jargon.

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Millions of people e-file their tax extension forms every year. The IRS has a digital initiative–a push to get up to 80 percent of their forms online–and tax extensions are included in that. E-filing a federal personal, business and nonprofit tax extension withForm 48687004and 8868 is quick and easy. A tax extension extends the time to file, not to pay taxes (if they are owed).

www.ExtensionTax.com is committed to provide the Best in Quality and Service for all our users,  www.ExtensionTax.com /www.TaxExcise.com is a certified, IRS authorized, e-file service provider for Form 2290Form8849Form720 & Extensions for  Form4868,  Form8868 and Form7004.
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Facts about Form 8868!

The official name of the form is “Form 8868 : Application for Extension of time to file an Exempt Organization Return“.

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Form 8868 is used by an exempt organization to request an automatic 3-month extension of time (6 months for a corporation required to file Form 990-T) to file its return and also to apply for an additional (not automatic) 3-month extension if the original 3-month extension was not enough. Also, the trustee of a trust required to file Form 1041-A or Form 5227 must use Form 8868 to request an extension of time to file those returns.

You cannot apply for both the automatic 3-month extension and the additional (not automatic) 3-month extension at the same time.

Use Form 8868 to apply for an automatic 3-month extension of time to file an organization’s return, and submit the original form to the IRS (no copies are needed). Or for applying for an additional (not automatic) 3-month extension.

The automatic 3-month extension (6 months for a corporation required to file Form 990-T) will be granted if this form is properly completed, filed, and any balance due on line 3c is paid by the due date for the return for which the extension applies.

File Form 8868 by the due date of the return for the form you are requesting an extension, or, in the case of an additional 3-month extension, by the extended due date of the return. When requesting an additional extension of time to file, file Form 8868 early so that if your request is denied you can still file your return on time.

An organization will only be allowed a total extension of 6 months for a return for a tax year.

Automatic 3- month (6 month in Case Corporation required to file form 990-T) can be electronically filed. However, you cannot file Form 8868 electronically if you want the additional (not automatic) 3-month extension or you are filing extension request for Forms 990-BL, 6069, or 8870, group returns, or a composite or consolidated Form 990-T.

Due Dates for Filing Form 8868


Form # Due Date to File Extension Description
Form 990 By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of organizations accounting period or from the date of dissolution or liquidation or termination Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax
Form 990 BL By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of filers tax year Information and Initial Excise Tax Return for Black Lung Benefit Trusts and Certain Related Persons
Form 990 EZ By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of organizations accounting period or from the date of dissolution or liquidation or termination Short Form Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax
Form 990 PF By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of foundation’s accounting period or from the date of complete dissolution or liquidation or termination Return of Private Foundation or Section 4947(a)(1) Nonexempt Charitable Trust Treated as a Private Foundation
Form 990 T(corporation)6 months extension By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of tax year Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (and proxy tax under section 6033(e))
Form 990-T (sec. 401(a) or 408(a) trust) By the 15th day of the fourth month after the end of tax year Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (and proxy tax under section 6033(e))
Form 990-T (sec. 401(a) or 408(a) trust) By the 15th day of the fourth month after the end of tax year Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (and proxy tax under section 6033(e))
Form 990-T (trust other than above) By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of tax year Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (and proxy tax under section 6033(e))
Form 1041 A By 15th April after the calendar year (2011) U.S. Information Return Trust Accumulation of Charitable Amounts
Form 4720 By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of entity’s accounting period Return of Certain Excise Taxes Under Chapters 41 and 42 of the Internal Revenue Code
Form 5227 By 15th April after the calendar year (2011) Split-Interest Trust Information Return
Form 6069 By the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of tax year Return of Excise Tax on Excess Contributions to Black Lung Benefit Trust Under Section 4953 and Computation of Section 192 Deduction
Form 8870 A charitable remainder trust described in section 664(d) file by 15th April 2011. All others by the 15th day of the fifth month after the end of tax year Information Return for Transfers Associated With Certain Personal Benefit Contracts

Form 8868 can be filed electronically to the IRS through an approved E-file provider. One such Form 8868 e-file provider is www.extensiontax.com.

You can e-file an extension request using www.ExtensionTax.com software with your own computer. The IRS acknowledge receipt of the extension request if you file through ExtensionTax.com.
Remember the inbuilt provisions in e-filing service enable data maintenance efficiently. Thus your data is safe and retrievable at any point of time.
ExtensionTax.com can help you access the forms you need to e-file your extension in time. It’s Simple, Safe and Secured.
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ways to request an automatic extension of time to file a U.S. individual income tax return.

 

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IRS e-file is the IRS’s electronic filing program. You can get an automatic extension of time to file your tax return by filing Form 4868 electronically. You will receive an electronic acknowledgment once you complete the transaction. Keep it with your records. Do not send in Form 4868 if you file electronically, unless you are making a payment with a check or money order. Complete Form 4868 to use as a worksheet. If you think you may owe tax when you file your return, you will need to estimate your total tax liability and subtract how much you have already paid

E-file Using Your Personal Computer or Through a Tax Professional

 

Refer to your tax software package or tax preparer for ways to file electronically. Be sure to have a copy of your 2010 tax return—you will be asked to provide information from the return for taxpayer verification. If you wish to make a payment, you can pay by electronic funds withdrawal or send your check or money order to the address shown in the attachment on Where to File a Paper Form 4868

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Filing an Tax Extension with IRS at www.ExtensionTax.com

Need more time to file your tax return?

If you can’t complete your federal tax return by the deadline, you can buy yourself more time. Just file an extension to push the deadline back six months and avoid IRS late filing penalties.

There’s a catch, though. The extension only pushes back the due date for the paperwork. If you owe money, you need to estimate the amount, then file your extension and make your payment by Time.

How to file an extension?

Efile your tax extension online in minutes with ExtensionTax.com and make it so simple. With ExtensionTax.com, you can:

  • Efile your federal extension
  • Make a payment of tax due, right from your checking or savings account
  • Print a PDF copy of the extension you efiled
  • Log into your account to see when your extension has been accepted by the IRS
  • Text Alert on status of your extension from IRS.

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