Delaware State Tax Extension

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If you don't owe any tax to the state and if you have already applied for extension for federal return (Form 4868), then you get the extension for personal tax up to 5 ½ months automatically. If you owe tax to the state you need to pay on or before due date.

An extension of six months for filing the annual Delaware Corporation Income Tax return may be made by filing Form 1100-EXTon or before the due date (April 18, 2016 ) of the original return.

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Corporations

An extension of six months for filing the annual Delaware Corporation Income Tax return may be made by filing Form 1100-EXT on or before the due date (April 18, 2016) of the original return.

Please note that timely filed extensions extend the period of time for filing a final return but DO NOT extend the period of time for making payment.

Payment of the anticipated liability must be made with the extension request. Extensions without payment of the anticipated liability will not be granted.Consolidated Corporate Income Tax returns are not permitted under Delaware Law. Each corporation which is a member of a consolidated group must file separate Delaware Corporate Income Tax returns and Extensions as if a separate Federal Income Tax return was filed.

Mail to:
Delaware Division of Revenue,
P.O. Box 8751, Wilmington,
DE 19899-8751 or FAX (302) 577-8203

S Corporations

An extension of six months for filing the annual Delaware S Corporation Income Tax return may be made by filing Form 1100S-EXT on or before the due date of the original return.

Please note that timely filed extensions extend the period of time for filing a final return but DO NOT extend the period of time for making payment.

Payment of the anticipated liability must be made with the extension request. Extensions without payment of the anticipated liability will not be granted.
An extension of six months for filing the annual Delaware Corporation Income Tax return may be made by filing Form 1100-EXTon or before the due date of the original return.Please note that timely filed extensions extend the period of time for filing a final return but DO NOT extend the period of time for making payment. Payment of the anticipated liability must be made with the extension request.Extensions without payment of the anticipated liability will not be granted.

Mail to:
Delaware Division of Revenue,
P.O. Box 8735, Wilmington,
DE 19899-8735 or FAX (302) 577-8203

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This application is to be used by an individual to request an automatic five and half (5 ½) month extension of time to file Form 200-01 or 200-02. An extension of time to file may befiled on-line at http://www.revenue.delaware.gov instead of filing this paper form.

If you wish to file the form 1027 extension on-line and you owe tax, you must use a direct debit from your checking or savings account. An extension will be granted pon the timely and proper filing of this form with payment of any required amount. If an extension is not filed timely, it will be denied.

Do I get an extension of time to pay my return?

No.This is not an extension of time for the payment of tax. Interest will accrue at the rate of one - half percent (½%) per month on any unpaid balance of tax from the original due date of the return until the tax is paid.

When do I need to file for extension?

An application for extension is not required if the balance due on the return will be zero or less and an extension has been filed with the Internal Revenue Service. If when the return is filed and a balance due is owed, a penalty will be assessed for filing the return late. If you have a doubt as to whether the final return will be a balance due, file Form 1027 for an extension.

If you and your spouse will be filing Separate(filing status 3) Delaware personal income tax returns, a separate Application for Extension, Form 1027, must be filed for each spouse.

File this application on or before April 30th, OR before the original due date of Form 200-01 or 200-02, if you are filing a fiscal year return. However, if the due date for filing your return falls on a Saturday, Sunday or legal holiday, substitute the next regular business day.

Complete this form in duplicate. Entries must be made on Lines 1 through 6. File the original with the Division of Revenue and pay the amount shown on Line 6. Attach the duplicate to the FACE of Form 200-01 or 200-02 when it is filed.

When filing Form 200-01 or 200-02, in order to claim credit for payment made with this application, show the amount paid under estimated tax paid and payments with extensions on the face of the return. If you file a joint application (you and your spouse), but elect to file a combined separate return, the payment made with this application may be claimed by either spouse or divided in any agreed amounts.

What are the interests for unpaid tax?

Any unpaid portion of the final tax will bear interest at the rate of one-half percent (½%) per month (or fractional part thereof) on any unpaid balance of tax from the original due date of the return until the tax is paid.

Tell me about the Penalties involved

Penalty - The law imposes a penalty of five percent (5%) per month (or fractional part thereof) of the tax for failure to file a timely return, unless you can show reasonable cause for failure to file. If the return is not filed within the period of the extension granted (i.e.: by October 17th), the penalty will be assessed unless reasonable cause is established.

Blanket Requests - Blanket requests for extensions will not be granted. You must submit a separate application for each return.

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ExpressExtension has an experienced and competent team to meet all your individual and business tax solutions.We provide a complete and easy solution to all your tax needs.