2020 Business & Personal Income Tax Extension Forms 7004 & 4868
- 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
An IRS Income Tax Extension Forms can be filed by any individual, business needing additional time to file their Federal Income Tax Return. A Tax Extension can extend the filing deadline by up to 6 months depending on the specific type of tax extension that is filed. Anyone can file an Income Tax Extension with the IRS.
- A Personal Tax Extension can be filed with IRS Form 4868 for Individuals, 1099 Contractors, Sole Proprietors, and Single Member LLCs to get a 6 month extension of time to file
- A Business Tax Extension can be filed with IRS Form 7004 for Multi Member LLCs, C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, Trusts, and Estates, to name a few
Deadline to File an Income Tax Extension depends on which form you need to file.
- The deadline for most Corporate tax returns (Form 7004) is March 15, 2021.
- The deadline for Personal Tax returns (Form 4868) is April 15, 2021.
Filing Extension Forms Electronically
The biggest difference between e-Filing and Paper Filing is IRS Acknowledgement. When a Tax Extension is e-Filed through ExpressExtension.com, you will receive an acknowledgement of the IRS acceptance or rejection of your extension. If your request is denied, you will be notified of the reason it was rejected. This gives you an opportunity to correct the errors & resubmit for no additional costs through ExpressExtension.com Typically it takes just a few minutes for the IRS to electronically process your form.
Paper-filing Extension Form
The process is not as simple when you file by paper. Paper Filings are at the mercy of the post office, and once it is received by the IRS there is nothing to let you know if it has been accepted or even received by the IRS.
In case of Paper-filing your extension for Form 1040, click here to know about the mailing address of the IRS.