State Tax Extensions IRS
Q: What is my tax return
A: The original due of your Individual Income Tax Return is
always April 15. However, IRS has changed the due date to April
18 this year.
Q: What is my due date if
I file an extension?
A: All Individual Income Returns with a properly filed tax
extension are due October 15.
Q: What if I just don't
file an extension?
A: You could be charged Late Filing penalties. The IRS computer
system is programmed to look for properly filed income tax
extensions that are in your computer file; if you file your
income tax return late and you have a balance due, the computer
will automatically compute a late filing penalty.
Q: What if IRS rejects
the tax extension you file for me?
A: All extensions are automatically accepted by IRS and will not
be rejected. If there is any trouble with your extension, all
you have to do is contact us and we will contact IRS and notify
them that the trouble was on our side and then they will accept
the income tax extension as properly filed.
Q: How can you be so sure
A: Because IRS calls the form an "
Q: How long does it take
to fill out the form?
A: About a minute or less for the actual income tax extension
and about two to three minutes for the payment information. Five
Q: What kind of personal
information is required?
A: Your name(s) and address and Social Security Number(s).
Q: Is any other
A: Just an estimate of what you think your tax might be plus
what you have already paid in plus what you want to pay now, if
Q: Does your site protect
A: Yes. Our site is secure. Our address begins with "https://"
and the "s" means "secure."
Q: How do I know my
extension is actually filed with IRS?
A: Our system is programmed to email you a copy of your
extension form only after your extension has been filed with IRS
electronically. Once you receive your emailed copy of your
income tax extension, you will know that it has been filed with
Q: How fast do you file
my extension with IRS?
A: It is filed instantly after you hit the "submit" button.
Q: Who else see my
A: No one. We obey IRS privacy laws.
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