TaxExtension.com Offering Help With Tax Extension as the April 15 Deadline Looms

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An industry leader in the online tax extension industry is doing all it can to help the millions of people who still haven’t filed their taxes.

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TaxExtension.com is an Authorized IRS e-file Provider with a Better Business Bureau Accreditation A-plus rating, and has a dedicated support team to help answer any questions.

The April 15 tax deadline is just days away, and representatives of TaxExtension.com say that due to a variety of benefits, filing an extension is the best solution for many of those who haven’t filed yet.

“Filing an extension allows you to take your time and keeps you from having to rush and or eliminates the need to file an amended tax return, which is more likely to be scrutinized,” said Elizabeth Rosen, head of content and spokesperson for TaxExtension.com. “In the past, a tax extension was granted for four months, but now, the IRS gives up to six months of additional time.”

Rosen went on to point out that e-filing is the fastest and easiest way to get a tax extension, a service that TaxExtension.com offers.

TaxExtension.com is an Authorized IRS e-file Provider with a Better Business Bureau Accreditation A-plus rating, and has a dedicated support team to help answer any questions.

“You can e-file as late as 11:59pm on April 15 in your local time zone,” Rosen noted. “What’s really great about having extra time to ensure that everything is accurate on your tax return is the fact that with a tax extension, there’s no increased risk of being audited.”

If a taxpayer fails to file their return on time and doesn’t request a tax extension, the penalties can be hefty. According to the IRS website, “If you file late and owe federal taxes, two penalties may apply. The first is a failure-to-file penalty for late filing. The second is a failure-to-pay penalty for paying late. The failure-to-file penalty is normally 5% of the unpaid taxes for each month or part of a month that a tax return is late. The failure-to-pay penalty is generally 0.5 percent per month of unpaid taxes.”

“A tax extension gives you more time to gather all your documents and make sure you’ve claimed every tax break you’re eligible for,” Rosen said. “You can obtain a tax extension even if you’re not sure you need one. It’s always better to be safe than sorry.”

For more information, please visit http://www.taxextension.com/business-online-tax-extension and https://efile.taxextension.com/Business/BusinessSteps.aspx

About TaxExtension.com

Since its founding in 1997, TaxExtension.com has been the pioneer in the online tax extension industry. The reality is that most tax extensions are filed on the filing deadline day, with the lion's share of those being filed in the last few hours, so our goal has always been to provide American taxpayers with a safe, simple, and comfortable way to process to e-file a tax extension with the IRS.

TaxExtension.com is an Authorized IRS e-file Provider, which means we have been given special permission to electronically transmit tax forms to the IRS on behalf of taxpayers.

Source: TaxExtension.com

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