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Tax Extension

As taxpayers, we are personally responsible for filing our returns both on time and accurately. Failure to do one or both can result in significant penalties.

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Tax Deadline written on July 15th

With the July 15th tax deadline approaching, here’s what you need to know. (1) If You Need More Time, You Can Still File for an Extension (2) Pay What You Owe

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Tax Extension

Taxpayers who filed for an extension to file their 2017 tax returns should keep in mind that the extension deadline is October 15th, 2018.

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Tax Extension

In order to avoid a failure-to-pay penalty, it’s important to file your tax return by the filing deadline − even if you can’t pay what you owe in full.

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You remember you hit the snooze button on preparing your 2014 return in April and filed an extension. As you put the chips and salsa in the car, scenes...

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woman hitting the snooze button on alarm

You may not be feeling the groove just yet. It’s been a long winter, and you are hoping that maybe the deep freeze caused the IRS to forget about you this year.

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Internal Revenue Service building with traffic signal in front displaying a red light

The IRS generally won’t look for you unless you owe them money. If you don’t file for a refund within 3 years of the original due date of the return...

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Tax Extension

Filing for a tax return extension does NOT give you an extension of time to pay your tax bill.

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Tips

Here are some simple tips to help you reduce your audit risk: Proofread your tax return A mistake on just one figure or item can present IRS audit flags…

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