- Automatic Extension
- Extension Due Date
- E-File Form 8868
- E-File Form 4868
- E-File Form 7004
- S-Corp Tax Extension
- IRS Form 7004
- Form 7004 Mailing Address
- Income Tax Extension
- Corporate Tax Extension
- Extension Calculator
- Extension for LLC
- E-File Form 8809
- IRS Payment
- Perfection Period
- Electronic Postmark
- Paid Preparer
When E-Filing a Tax Extension online with the IRS using Form 7004, 4868, or 8868 you can receive an
Automatic Extension of time to File your Federal Tax return. The ability to know that your Tax Extension has been
accepted is an exclusive benefit of e-Filing your Tax Extension Form online. If you elect to file by paper,
the IRS does not send any confirmation to let you know that your Extension has been accepted.
When using ExpressExtension.com to e-File your tax extension, you will automatically be notified by email the moment your Tax Extension has been accepted by the IRS. We even offer additional services such as text message or fax notifications to notify you when the IRS has processed your Extension.
A Tax Extension will automatically extend your Filing Deadline by up to 6 months depending on the particular form you need to file.
- IRS Form 7004: Extends the Tax Filing Deadline upto 7 Months depending on the tax year ending. This can be used by Multi-Member LLC's C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, Trusts, & Estates. The Traditional deadline to file this form is March 16.
- IRS Form 4868: Extends the Tax Filing Deadline by 6 months for Personal Tax Returns. This Form can be used by Individuals, Families, 1099 Contractors, Sole Proprietorships, & Single Member LLCs. The deadline for this form is April 15th.
- IRS Form 8868: This form provides an automatic 6-month extension for tax-exempt organizations - it is typically filed by May 15th, or by the 15th day of the 5th month after your tax period ends, if more time is needed to submit a 990 form.
Note: An IRS Tax Extension extends the amount of time to File a Tax Return. It does not Extend the amount of time to Pay any Taxes Due. The IRS will still expect the tax payment on the traditional deadline. However, the IRS Penalties for a Failure to Pay are significantly lower than the penalties for a Failure to File. So, if you are short on cash, it is better to pay what you can & file the Tax Extension before the deadline.