File Tax Extension 2012

If you can't complete your 2012 Fderal Tax Return by the April 15, 2013 deadline, you can buy yourself more time. Just file an extension to push the deadline back six months to October 15, 2013 and avoid IRS late-filing penalties. Don"t Worry, Keep Smiling.

You will avoid Tax Filing Penalties

There are 100 reasons you can’t file your tax return within deadline, but no reason to e-file tax extension on line with us since we take just a few minutes to finish it. If you do so you will save yourself from:

• There are 100% chances that the IRS may assess interest charges on any unpaid federal taxes owed

• IRS may impose a failure-to-file penalty, If you don´t pay at least 90% of the amount you owe, you might also be subject to a late payment penalty.

• You have to pay penalty of up to 5 percent per month, or part of a month, of the taxes due

• You have to pay penalty up to a maximum of 25 percent of the total tax due

• If you don’t file tax extension and your tax return is more than 60 days late, you may be subject to a minimum penalty of $135

• If you file a tax extension with us, even if you can't pay all or some of the taxes due, the less you are likely to ultimately owe the IRS

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IRS tax extension forms

We offer detailed instructions and downloadable forms for both and all for FREE: Form 4868- Personal or individual tax extensions. This form includes all taxpayers who file:
• Tax Form 1040
• Tax Form 1040A
• Tax Form 1040EZ
• Tax Form 1040NR
• Tax Form 1040NR-EZ
• Contractors who file 1099s, as well as single member LLCs and Schedule C Sole Proprietors.
Form 7004-Business tax extensions
• Form 1138

Other Extension Forms


How Our System Works

Advantages with us

Form 2350-Application for Extension of Time to File U.S. Income Tax Return-For U.S. Citizens and Resident Aliens Abroad Who Expect To Qualify for Special Tax Treatment
Form 4768-Application for Extension of Time to File a Return and/or Pay U.S. Estate and Generation-Skipping Transfer Taxes
Form 5558-Application for Extension of Time to File Certain Employee Plan Returns
Form 8809-Application for Extension of Time to File Information Returns
Form 8868-Application for Extension of Time To File an Exempt Organization Return.
Form 8892-Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File Form 709 and/or Payment of Gift/Generation-Skipping Transfer Tax

Remember

The IRS will grant you an automatic tax extension if your information is filled out and submitted properly and on time using our system and IRS doesn’t ask for a reason to extend your personal or business tax extension.