If you really need extra time to prepare your tax return, you can file an extension with TurboTax by April 15 to request an extension until October 15 to avoid nasty 5%-per-month penalties for late filing and late payment.
The 2013 tax extension deadline is a about a month away on October 15th. If you start preparing now, and follow these 6 tips, you will be on your way to beat the tax deadline and avoid a late filing penalty.
On April 4th the IRS announced that victims of the recent Washington State floods and mudslides will have until October 15 to file their 2013 individual and business tax returns and pay any taxes due. What Washington taxpayers are eligible...
Autumn is upon us, and if you chose to file a tax extension this year, October 15 is your target date…your zero hour…your deadline. Your six-month grace period is coming to an end. We’ve compiled a short list of last-minute tax tips for you extension filers needing to get your returns filed with the IRS by October 15th.
You filed for a tax extension and bought yourself a bit of time. The clock’s been ticking and the October 15th tax deadline is approaching. Hopefully, you’ve spent this time gathering your documents. Today, we’ll discuss the tax deductions that you may not be thinking about.
The government shutdown that took place on October 1 left everyone with questions about how the shutdown will impact them. If you are one of the many taxpayers that filed an extension, you may be wondering if the shutdown impacts your taxes. Don’t worry. We have you covered and have answers to your burning questions.
Tornados, high winds, and baseball-sized hail wreaked havoc on the South and Midwest last week and over the weekend. The IRS announced that it will provide penalty relief to taxpayers impacted by the storms who were not able to file or pay taxes due until after the April 15th tax deadline.
In the wake of the tragic bombings that occurred in Boston on Monday, April 15, the IRS announced today a three-month tax filing and payment extension to provide relief to Boston-area taxpayers and others affected by Monday’s explosions.
Tax Day is less than a week away, though many will wait until the last minute to take action, hitting the e-file button at 11:59 pm on April 15! If you’re one of the last minute tax filers, you can go online and conveniently and affordably file your taxes – no appointment necessary.