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Wake Up Tax Payers, File Your Income Tax Return or File Form 4868

Welcome tax Payers. Time And Tide waits for none; the famous quote says it all. With just 9 days left, we hope you have your papers ready to file your income tax return and if you are not set, you ask the IRS for 6 more months by filing form 4868, the Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. Continue reading

E-File Extensions Within Minutes Only At ExtensionTax.com

Hello tax filers, we are pleased to welcome you all to our new blog post. We all know that IRS has provided the taxpayers with Extensions to file their return within the extended due date. And today we would be discussing about the extension filed through ExtensionTax.com.

We all know that there are certain circumstances where you may not be in a position to file your tax return by the deadline mentioned by IRS. And here, you can apply for an extension of due date, depending upon the tax form. However, if the extension is not filed on or before the due date, you would deal with penalties and late filing fee, which is not so welcoming. It is important to pay your estimated tax due, before April 15th while filing your extension.

Let us discuss about the variety of extensions you can apply through ExtensionTax.com. Continue reading

A Brief Insight into the IRS Extension Form 7004

Almost every business owner and income tax filer is well aware of the fact that IRS form 7004 is for “Automatic Extension of Time to file Certain Business Income Tax, Information and Other Returns”. IRS form 7004 is of the simplest form to fill after downloading either from the IRS website or from an IRS authorized filing website. For those who are filing for an extension for the first time or wanting to brush their knowledge on IRS form 7004, then reading this blog would be helpful. Continue reading

Exempt Organizations can Gain Automatic Extension via Form 8868

The IRS offers automatic 3 months extension to exempt and non-profit organizations that are not required to pay their taxes but file.  However, they can always file for an extension through form 8868 and Extensiontax.com is a leading IRS certified service provider helping many organizations file for an extension with ease. Therefore, exempt organizations wanting to file for an automatic 3 months extension (6 months for corporations filing through form 990-T) can do the same online before the time expires. Additionally, trustee of trust required to report to the IRS through form 1041-A or 5227 can use form 8868 to get automatic 3 months extension. It is important to keep in mind that exempt organizations can get additional 3 months extension but only when they are granted the first 3 months extension. Continue reading

Form 4868 Extension Request Rejection

In all probability, IRS will accept  most of the extension requests that you file through IRS Form 4868, Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return. As a rule, it takes 24-48 hours to validate your extension application to term it as accepted or rejected. Even though the extension form is very short and easy to file on, it’s still possible to commit mistakes. Whenever you file an extension with extensiontax, we will update you with reason, in case if IRS rejects your demand. We will also notify you with resubmitting instructions via call/mail. Let’s look over some common reasons that compel IRS to reject your tax extension application.

  • A major number of requests get refused because of the name and social security number that you give incorrectly by mistake. If those details do not match with your recently filed name or SSN, your application turns down.
  • An adjustment that you didn’t inform IRS about. You might have changed your name due to marriage, divorce etc after your last e-filing with the IRS. So IRS cannot map your tax info to your extension request.
  • A mismatch between the Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) amount entered and IRS records.
  • Forgetting to update IRS about your status can also lead to Form 4868 rejection.

So always file an extension before deadline with right data, update IRS about the tax info changes and be in peace. IRS will likely approve your demand. Filing with extension tax can be a better choice, since we can help you whenever your extension gets rejected. Remember! You can re-apply for an extension, but you may have fines and dues if you don’t file earlier. Hence, file an extension earlier and you will have enough time to re-apply if your extension request gets rejected. Call us at 1-866-245-3918 for any support, no matter when!