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May 16 is filing deadline for many tax-exempt organizations

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded tax-exempt organizations that many have a filing deadline of May 16, 2022. Those that operate on a calendar-year (CY) basis have certain annual information and tax returns they file with the IRS. These returns are:

  • Form 990-series annual information returns (Forms 990, 990-EZ, 990-PF)
  • Form 990-N, Electronic Notice (e-Postcard) for Tax-Exempt Organizations Not Required to File Form 990 or Form 990-EZ
  • Form 990-T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return (other than certain trusts)
  • Form 4720, Return of Certain Excise Taxes Under Chapters 41 and 42 of the Internal Revenue Code

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Today is the deadline to apply for the Business Income Tax Extension for Corporations.

Hello, corporate business taxpayers! You should report and pay the corporate income taxes for the previous year’s revenue or apply for an income tax extension to the IRS today. So, if you are a corporate taxpayer or its CPA, you should apply for a business income tax extension within today if you can’t submit the tax reports to the IRS and need an extension time.  

If you missed applying for a business income tax today, the IRS would charge heavy penalties and interests on your tax dues that might become more than your actual tax amount. So, e-file form 7004 business income tax extension today at extensiontax.com and get the automatic six-month extension time from the IRS now.  

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The Individual Income Tax Extension Deadline is Approaching Soon!

Hello taxpayers! The deadline to file your extension for your personal income tax is just a week away, and you should not delay e-filing your personal income tax extension anymore. Register for free at Extensiontax.com and e-file 4868 to get the automatic six-month extension time from the IRS.  

Extensiontax.com offers you a convenient online platform to e-file form 4868 to apply for a personal income tax extension to the IRS from the comfort of your home/office with your laptops or mobile phones. We also offer dedicated mobile applications for both Android and iPhone users to easily e-file and pay form 4868 to the IRS and get an extension on their personal income taxes. Our web and mobile applications are innovative and highly user-friendly, which aids in smoothly e-file form 4868 and paying any tax dues using the all the IRS authorized online payment methods.  

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Corporate Business Taxpayers have until April 18th to request an Extension of Time.

Corporations like C-corps should file their previous year’s income tax returns to the IRS on or before April 18th, 2022, and pay the tax dues through their respective original tax forms. Or else, the IRS will charge penalties, interests, and late charges based on the due tax amount. So, the corporations should file their tax reports and pay the tax dues by the deadline of April 18th of this year.  

Corporate Extension Tax Due Date April 18

April 18th is the deadline for business income tax extension applications. 

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Form 7004 Business Income Tax Extension Due This March 15

Form 7004 Business Income Tax Extension – A Complete Overview 

Filing for business extension tax is essential for all businesses when they cannot complete their tax reports on time. Because businesses face many challenges while filing their tax reports perfectly with the IRS, the time constraint is the major challenge. And the deadline is nearby to pay and file your complete business income tax returns. Every year IRS keeps the deadline on the 15th of the third month, which is March 15, 2022 (for S-Corp, LLC’s etc), for few business owners to file their business income taxes, others it is April 18,2022 (for Corporates etc). For the businesses that cannot submit the tax returns on time, IRS gives an automatic tax extension time to complete all the formalities and submit the tax reports properly.  

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