NonProfit and Exempt Organizations can E-File a Tax Extension from Anywhere in Minutes

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For many NonProfit Organizations and Charities the IRS filing deadline is May 15th, but with ExpressExtension the IRS Form 8868 can be E-Filed for an additional three months to file a tax return

The Tax deadline of May 15th is here for NonProfit Organizations, Charities, and any other types of Exempt Organizations. The solution to defer this deadline is to file a Tax Extension with the IRS Form 8868. This provides three months of additional time to prepare the tax return (or six months if filing the Form 990-T). If even more time is needed, there is a second part of the Form 8868 that can be filed separately once the first part of the 8868 is filed. Part 2 of the 8868 would provide an additional 3 months to file the tax return on top of the first three month extension.

The most convenient and efficient way to get a tax extension is to E-File it online through ExpressExtension. No more waiting in line, or making trips to the post office; just log in to the IRS Authorized E-File provider site: http://www.ExpressExtension.com. Once the form is E-filed, the IRS sends a proof of acceptance automatically via e-mail.

It is now possible to even E-File this from a smartphone. The mobile version of ExpressExtension is http://m.ExpressExtension.com The talented team at ExpressExtension are incredibly proud of the fact that this is the first truly mobile application to e-file a tax extension from anywhere.

No need to create a separate account, just log in using Google or Facebook.

After logging in, there will be three options:

  • Personal Tax Extension - IRS Form 4868
  • Business Tax Extension - IRS Form 7004
  • Non-Profit/Exempt Tax Extension - IRS Form 8868

When E-filing a NonProfit tax extension, all that is needed is basic information such as filing status and the estimated tax liability. It is important to remember that an IRS tax extension is an extension of time to file a tax return. It is not an extension of time to pay taxes. Therefore, the IRS will still expect a tax payment on the traditional deadline. If the tax payment is significantly less than the actual tax due, the IRS may impose harsh penalties and interest.

ExpressExtension has a dedicated team of USA based tax extension experts that are available for live chat, email, and phone support. “We are incredibly proud of our customer support team in Rock Hill, SC.” says Amanda Davis, product manager for ExpressExtension. “We will be available for any questions regarding IRS tax extensions throughout the tax season. There is no better combination of efficient E-Filing, affordable pricing, and locally based knowledgeable support in the industry.”

ExpressExtension is part of the ExpressTaxZone family of Tax products. This includes ExpressTruckTax, ExpressIFTA, and ExpressTangibleTax. ExpressExtension is developed by SPAN Enterprises. Other products by SPAN include UnitWise.com, an all in one business management product for Mary Kay* Directors and Consultants, SpanPlan.com exclusively for the Event industry, and the soon to be launched UnitHub.com in Australia and Canada.

  • - UnitWise is not affiliated with Mary Kay, Inc

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