Nebraska Tax Extensions: Business, Personal, Information and Nonprofit Tax Returns
Nebraska will accept the Federal Automatic six-month extension for personal income
tax in lieu of a Nebraska extension. If you want to make tentative tax payment you
can use form 4868N. This form is not required when the tax return is e-filed through
paid tax preparer.
Form 7004N must be filed on or before the due date of the original return for business income tax returns. Corporations may also file Form 7004N on or before the date that a federal extension expires. You must attach a copy of the Federal Form 7004 filed with the IRS, or a copy of the approved federal extension. A maximum of seven months extension beyond the original due date of the corporate income tax return is allowed for Nebraska PARTNERSHIPS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS.
For more information for Form/Payment voucher links and payment methods visit the respective section in this page.
How to get extension for state?When a federal extension of time has been granted, and additional time is necessary to file a Nebraska corporate income tax return, file Form 7004N on or before the date the federal extension expires. Attach a copy of the Federal Form 7004 filed with the IRS, or a copy of the approved federal extension. A maximum of seven months extension beyond the original due date of the corporate income tax return is allowed for Nebraska PARTNERSHIPS, ESTATES, AND TRUSTS.
Do I get additional extension?Nebraska will only allow extensions of time up to the maximum number of months provided by the IRS. No additional Nebraska extension will be granted.
When to file?Form 7004N must be filed on or before the due date of the original return. Corporations may also file Form 7004N on or before the date that a federal extension expires.
Is there a chance for my extension to be denied by state?Yes. The Department may, at any time, terminate a C corporation's extension of time by mailing the taxpayer a notice of this termination, allowing ten days from the date of the termination notice to file the Nebraska corporate return.
Each applicant for an automatic extension of time to file will be mailed notice of any denial of this application by the Department. The notice will be sent to the address entered on Form 7004N.
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Who may file for extension?Any individual making a tentative tax payment and/or wanting more time to file a Nebraska income tax return, must file a Nebraska Application for Automatic Extension of Time, Form 4868N. The requirement to file Form 4868N is waived if the Nebraska tax return is e-filed through a paid tax preparer.
Married couples who file married, filing separately, who both want an extension of time, must each complete a separate Form 4868N. Blanket extensions are not granted. If a federal extension of time has been granted, the filing date for Form 1040N is automatically extended for the same period.
When you file your Nebraska income tax return, if not e-filing through a paid tax preparer, you must:
- Send a copy of the Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File, Federal Form 4868; or
- Attach an explanation that you received an automatic federal extension electronically; and include your federal confirmation number.
Tell me about the Payment methods?Although an approved extension of time extends the date for filing the return, interest is due from the original due date of the return to the date the tax is paid. A tentative tax payment will stop interest from accruing on the paid amount. This amount should be claimed as a credit on line 29, estimated payments of Form 1040N, when the return is filed. You can use the Department's e-pay system to make your tentative tax payment. It's fast, secure, and easy.
WIll I be notified if the extension is denied to me?Yes. The taxpayer will be notified if the requested Nebraska extension is denied. All approved extension requests will be granted an automatic six-month filing extension beyond the original due date. Notification will only be sent when the extension application is not granted.
What are the Payment Options?Pay with check or money order:
Prepare Nebraska Extension Form 4868N. Enclose a check or money order with the form.
Whom to send ?
Nebraska Department of Revenue
PO Box 94818
Lincoln, NE 68509-4818
You will be granted an automatic six month extension to October 17, 2020 to file your Nebraska return.
Shall I Pay by Credit Card?
Nebraska accepts payment by credit card through Official Payments Corporation . Making your payment in this way automatically qualifies you for a seven month extension of time to file your tax return until November 15, 2020. You will not need to file any other forms at this time. You can do this either on the web or by telephone.
Official Payments Corporation will only accept MasterCard or Visa cards to pay your Nebraska income taxes. There is a convenience fee for this service equal to 2.5% of the tax amount being charged. The minimum fee is $1.00.
To make your payment and receive an automatic extension of time to file, have the following information ready:
- Jurisdiction Code: 3700
- The amount you are paying in dollars and cents<
- Your social security number
- Your spouse's social security number (if applicable)
- The first four letters of your last name
- The first four letters of your spouse's last name, if different from yours
- Tax year 2020
- Your home telephone number (including area code)
- Credit card number,
- Credit card expiration date (MM/YYYY)
- ZIP Code for the address where your credit card bills are sent
Make your payment at the Official Payments Corp. web site.
Use your touch-tone phone to call toll-free (800) 272-9829. At the end of your call you will be given a confirmation number. Write down and save this confirmation number for your records
What If You Do Not Owe ?If you do not owe, or you are expecting a refund, you are still required to file for an extension. However, Nebraska will accept the Federal Automatic six-month extension in lieu of a Nebraska extension.
Do I need to file for Nebraska state extension exclusively?
There is nothing to be filed with Nebraska at this time. Simply attach a copy of your Federal extension form to your Nebraska return when you file. Nebraska will provide an automatic six-month extension until October 15, 2020.
What If I am NOT Filing a Federal Extension ?
You will need to file a Nebraska extension Form 4868N. Nebraska will provide an automatic six-month extension until October 15, 2020.
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