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Information Required to File Tax Extension Forms
Information Needed to E-File Form 4868
- Personal details such as Name, SSN, Address
- Total tax liability and Payment for 2021
- Balance due if any
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Information Needed to E-File Form 7004
- Business details such as Name, EIN, Address
- Tax Forms for which you are looking to apply for Extension
- The Estimated amount of taxes you owe, If applicable
Information Needed to E-File Form 8868
- Organization details such as Name, TIN, Address
- Enter Tax Details
- Balance Tax due, If applicable
Information Needed to E-File Form 8809
- Tax Payer Details: Name, TIN, Address
- Tax form for which you are looking for an extension
Frequently Asked Questions on Tax Extension Forms
IRS Form 7004 is generally used by certain business income tax return filers who want to extend their income tax filing due date for up to 6 months. However, depending on the business type and tax year, the extended deadline will vary.
Form 7004 deadline may vary depending upon the business type and Tax Year. For most of the Businesses, the due date is the 15th day of 3rd month after the tax year ends.
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According to the IRS guidance, every employer needs to Follow Form 7004 instructions to complete the filing of form 7004. The instructions include,
- You should provide proper legal name (It must be same as the IRS database)
- EIN (Employee Identification Number)
- Address of your business.
Click here to find out filing instructions for C-Corp / S-Corp extension, and Partnership extension.
Form 4868 is generally used by an individual to extend their 1040 returns filing due date for up to 6 months. The following forms can be extended by using
IRS Form 4868.
- Form 1040
- Form 1040A
- Form 1040-EZ
- Form 1040-NR
- Form 1040NR-EZ
- Form 1040-PR or 1040-SS
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April 18, 2022 (Monday) is the deadline to file 1040 extension. However, by filing Form 4868, you can extend your filing deadline to October 17, 2022.
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IRS Form 8868 is used by Non-Profit Organizations and Tax-Exempt Organizations to extend their IRS Form 990 income tax filing returns due date upto 6 months.
Form 8868 is due by May 17, 2022 (Monday) for the 2021 TY. However, by filing Form 8868, you can extend your filing deadline up to October 17, 2022.
If you are a Fiscal Tax year filer, your deadline is the 15th day of the 5th month.
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Following forms can be extended using 8868 Form
- Form 990 or Form 990-EZ
- Form 990 BL
- Form 4720 (Individual)
- Form 990-PF
- Form 1041 - A
- Form 990-T
- Form 5227
- Form 4720 (Other than Individual)
- Form 6069
- Form 8870
IRS Form 8809 is used by Individuals, self-insuring employers, and applicable large employers to get a 30 days extension of time to file an information Tax Return after the actual due date.
The deadline for Form 8809 varies depending upon the information tax form.
- For IRS Form W-2, Form 1099-NEC and Form 1099- MISC, the deadline is January 31.
- For IRS Form W-2G, 1094-C, 1095, 1097, 1098, 1099, 3921, 3922, and 8027, the deadline is March 31.
- For IRS Form 1042-S and 5492, the deadline is March 15 and May 31.
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