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What, Me Worry? Last-Minute Taxes
According to the Internal Revenue Service, 20-25% of all Americans wait until the last two weeks before the deadline to prepare their tax returns. At that late date, there are only two things you can do: File your taxes pronto, or request a tax extension. Read more…

What Are Tax Extensions?
The IRS allows individuals, businesses and estates to file a tax return after the deadline by obtaining an extension. Read more…

Can't File by the Deadline? Top 3 Reasons to File a Tax Extension
The Internal Revenue Service allows taxpayers to file for an extension if they need more time to prepare their tax return. You can obtain a tax extension for any reason; the IRS grants them automatically as long as you complete the proper form on time. Check your state tax laws; some states accept IRS extensions while others require you to file a separate state extension form. Read more…

How to File for an Extension of State Taxes
While the IRS requires you to file Form 4868 to request a tax extension, each state has its own requirements for obtaining a similar extension. Read more…

What to Do After You've Filed an Income Tax Extension
You're just not ready to file that tax return, and the tax deadline is creeping closer. No worries. Getting an extension is easy. No matter how you file, here is a guide to next steps. Read more…

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