7 Tips on Tax Deadline Extension


If you cannot meet the April 18 tax submission deadline, you need to file for an extension. A six month extension till October 17 would normally be granted but you should bear in mind these 7 important factors.

An extension means you get more time to compile your documents and finish your paperwork. But an extension to fle is not an extension to pay. You should still pay whatever taxes you owe. You will be charged interests and may incur penalties on any unpaid taxes if you do not pay by April 18.

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