An Overview of Nebraska State Personal Income Tax Extension Forms

- Updated March 24, 2021 - 8.00 AM by Admin, ExpressExtension

Does Nebraska support tax extension for personal income tax returns?


Yes. The state of Nebraska requires individuals to file a Federal Form 4868 rather than requesting a separate state tax extension.

In case the federal tax extension Form 4868 was rejected, then the individuals can file State Tax extension Form 4868N.

What Form does the state of Nebraska require to apply for an extension?


Individuals in Nebraska need to file Form 4868N with the state to get a 6-month extension of time to file their personal income tax returns Form 1040N with the state.

  • form 4868N - Request For Extension Of Time For Filing Individual Tax Returns

Note: Make sure to pay any taxes due along with the extension Form to avoid penalties and interest.

When is the deadline to file Form 4868N with the state of Nebraska?


Nebraska State individual tax extension Form 4868N must be filed on or before the 17th day of the 5th month after the tax year ends (May 17 for calendar year filers).

How do I pay my balance due along with the extension Form?


If you owe Nebraska state taxes, you must pay your tax due by the regular due date, or you will be charged with penalties and interest.

Make a tax payment with your extension using Form 4868N (Estimated Tax Declaration Voucher) and attach it to Form IT-303.

You can also pay the tax due online using or mailing your Form.

Mailing Address for filing Extension with the State


Where do I mail the extension Form 4868N?

Nebraska Department of Revenue
PO Box 94818
Lincoln NE 68509-4818