E-file Your Individual Or Personal Tax Extension Form 4868 Now

E-file the IRS Form 4868 Extension with Tax2efile

The IRS Form 4868 through Tax2efile stands to benefit income tax filers, especially individuals filing 1040 federal income tax returns. The Form 4868 are for those who could not file on time or foresee any reason which could delay the filing of income tax returns by due date April 15th (April 17th if you live in Maine or Massachusetts) of every annual year. This is good for the filers of the Form 1040, 1040A, 1040NR, 1040NR-EZ, 1040-PR or 1040-SS and 1099's.

What are the other details that are involved with the Form 4868?

Here in the Form 4868 through Tax2efile comes handy by virtue of its designed existence and as structured by IRS gives a very valuable extension of time of 6 Months to the form filers of 1040, 1040-A, 1040-NR, 1040NR-EZ, 1040-PR or 1040-SS and 1099. The Form 4868, although it helps as credit to these beneficiaries with the extension time of 6 Months would never help in terms of whatever tax payable as calculated as on April 14th.

We here at Tax2efile always remind our filers that the due date for the 1040 Tax Form is April 15th of the current year(April 17th if you live in Maine or Massachusetts). There cannot be any deviation as far as tax payable is concerned and at least should be worked out as 90% of the taxes to be payable by the due date. The due dates can be extended up to 6 Months for the full and final tax return filing in an annual tax year.

In simpler terms, Tax2efile helps individuals, independent contractors, sole proprietorships(Schedule-C) and single member LLCs a credit period or kind of deferral of payment of tax beyond the due date April 15th. E-filing the Form 4868 will allow an extension of time of 6 Months to push forward the due date to October 15th.

As a reminder, when the tax is not paid on the due date as directed by IRS, then the individuals, independent contractors, sole proprietorships(Schedule-C) and single member LLCs are all subject to a late filing penalty with interest, which may go up to a maximum limit of 25%.

Note: If 90% or more of your taxes owed are deemed to be payable on the tax due date of April 15th, you may be qualified to receive an extension of 6 Months, as slated through the Form 4868.

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