Efile 2012 IRS Extension
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2012 IRS Extension
This time of year can be hectic. Millions of people are busy getting their tax returns prepared as quickly as possible. Due to this rush to get tax returns completed, it can lead to making simple mistakes. Although Uncle Sam still expects his tax payment, you can delay the actual tax return by filing 2012 IRS Extension. These forms are due on the traditional April deadline and thanks to Expressextension.com, these forms can be E-Filed online in minutes.
Depending on the business type of the filing party there are several IRS Forms that can be filed and each one is very different. The 3 major IRS Forms for Tax Extensions are Form 7004, Form 4868, and Form 8868. Businesses typically file a Form 7004 in March to apply for a 5-6 month Tax Extension (Depending on the business type). Individuals can file a Form 4868 in April for an automatic 6 month tax extension. Non Profit Organizations use the Form 8868 to receive a 3 month tax extension, and then another 3 month extension after the first has expired.
The IRS Form 7004 for Business Tax Extensions includes Multi Member LLCs, C-Corporations, S-Corporations, Partnerships, Trusts, and Estates. Businesses often find themselves overwhelmed, and since there are such few reasons to not file an extension, it is becoming increasingly normal. Also, once a business get used to filing an extension, it becomes more difficult to go back to the traditional filing deadline.
Non-Profit Organizations wishing to file a tax extension can do so by filing Form 8868. This form grants a 3 month extension of time to file. They can then file an additional 3 month extension of time after that. Groups that can file this return include Non-Profits and Exempt Organizations.
All of these forms can be E-Filed with the IRS from the comfort of your own home or office. One of the best online providers of this is Expressextension.com. They can E-File these forms with the IRS in minutes and the user will receive a confirmation from the IRS automatically. If you have any questions about this process, you can call, chat, or email their Tax Extension Experts from their US-Based Customer Support Center in Rock Hill, SC.