An Overview of Alaska State Business Income Tax Extension Forms

- Updated Feb 27, 2021 - 8.00 AM by Admin, ExpressExtension

Does Alaska support tax extension for business tax returns?

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Yes. The state of Alaska provides the automatic extension of time to file business income tax returns with the State if the businesses have filed the federal extension Form 7004 and it is approved by the IRS.

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

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There is no state-specific form to request an extension. Businesses can file a federal Form 7004 to obtain an extension with the state of Alaska.

Note: Businesses must pay any tax owed by the original due date of the tax return to obtain the extension.

How do I pay my balance due to the state of Alaska with my extension?

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You can choose to pay your balance due along with your return by using any one of the following options:

  • Check - Form 0405-711 must be used to make payments by check or use payment voucher Form 6240.
  • Online payment.
  • Wire Transfer.

When is the deadline to file a business tax return with Alaska?

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  • Businesses in Alaska (operating as Corporation) have to file their Form 6000 within 30 days of the date on which the federal tax return is due.
  • Businesses in Alaska (operating as Partnership) have to file their Form 6900 within 30 days of the date on which the federal tax return is due.

Where to mail the Alaska business tax extension payment voucher?

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Mail the check with the payment voucher to the following address:

Alaska Department of Revenue, Tax Division,
PO Box 110420,
Juneau, AK 99811-0420.