E-File IRS Form 8868
You can extend your IRS income tax deadline using ExpressExtension to electronically
file Form 8868. Exempt organizations Extensions have 2 parts. Our site allows you to file
either one. You can even E-File Part II through us, even if you didn't file part
I with us.
- Part I(Automatic 3-Month Extension of Time): You will get 3 months extension automatically when you e-file IRS Form 8868 with ExpressExtension.com. This will extend the filing deadline for 3 months (or 6 months for Form:990-T).
- Part II(Additional (Not Automatic) 3-Month Extension of Time): You will get additional three months extension of time which is not an automatic extension. Only File Part II if you have already been granted an Automatic 3-Month Extension on a Previously Filed Form 8868.
Form 8868 E-Filing Requirements
Collect the organization data the IRS requires for you to file a tax extension:
the organization name, address, Name and phone number of person in charge of the
books, Tax-ID/EIN, and Group Exemption Number if it is a Group Return. Make sure
your information matches what the IRS has on record. You can verify your information
with them by calling 1-800-829-4933.
Once you've got your information and estimated tax liability in hand, simply follow the directions, fill out the form online, and we'll do the rest. Make sure to type carefully and accurately-- There is no sense in getting rejected over a typo! What we'll do to made e-file as easy as 1-2-3?
How Does ExpressExtension Work?
After you have created an account with ExpressExtension you will click on "Create Exempt Tax Extension" and the system will walk you through entering your information step by step. You will be able to pay your estimated tax amount due and transmit your form to the IRS in just minutes. After you have transmitted your form we will e-mail you with your extension confirmation. If for any reason your return is rejected by the IRS, we will also send you an e-mail with further information. You can re-transmit rejected returns with ExpressExtension at no additional charge.
Notes to keep in mind when filing Form 8868:
- You cannot use Form 8868 to extend the due date of Form 990-N
- Form 8870 cannot be E-Filed in Part I or II although you can use our application to prepare, print and file the form.
Preparing and e-filing the extension can be done in a matter of minutes. Our site is encrypted, safe and secure. If you have outstanding tax dues, you can send them securely using our application. Your information goes to the IRS and that's it.