Now Offering Last-Minute Tax Extension Help

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The company which has BBB Accreditation A-Plus rating offers fast, easy, and secure tax extension services.

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Representatives with announced today that by utilizing its services, taxpayers across the nation now have a way to file a tax extension in minutes and get back to their life.

“Filing tax returns is never fun, but it’s necessary,” said Joshua Fruhlinger, head of content for FileLater. “Sometimes people need a little extra time to get their returns together, and we’re happy to provide a quick, secure, and easy solution. Our business is built on trust and speed.”

Fruhlinger explained that FileLater provides a secure online solution for people seeking an IRS tax extension.

FileLater is an authorized IRS e-file provider and has a dedicated support team to help answer any questions.

At FileLater, Fruhlinger pointed out, taxpayers can electronically file a personal extension (Form 4868) and/or business extension (Form 7004) with the IRS and receive five to six extra months to file their return.

The company, which has BBB Accreditation A-Plus rating, according to Fruhlinger, offers fast, easy, and secure services with a 97 percent approval rate.

Fruhlinger went on to note that if taxes are due with the extension, a payment can be made electronically to the IRS directly from the taxpayer’s checking or savings account.

Customers, the company spokesman said, can login anytime to check the status of their extension, and will receive an email confirmation as soon as their extension is approved by the IRS.

In addition, the FileLater website also provides many informational articles about Federal and State tax extensions for anyone seeking extra time to file, Fruhlinger said.

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About FileLater

FileLater is proud to be the first company on the Internet to offer both personal tax extensions and business tax extensions through IRS e-file. As taxpaying Americans, the founders of FileLater had struggled for years to meet the dreaded April 15 deadline for personal income taxes as well as the March 15 deadline for most business income taxes…and finally decided to do something about it.

FileLater was developed so people without tax expertise can extend their tax deadlines without involving a professional tax preparer.



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