– Extend Your Tax Return Filing Deadline by 6 Months in Just 6 minutes!


Fast and Easy – Complete Your Tax Extension in Minutes

We’re not kidding when we say – extend your tax return due date by 6 months in just 6 minutes.


No Questions Asked!

The IRS doesn’t ask for a reason to extend your personal or business tax return deadline. As long as your information is filled out and submitted properly and on time, the IRS will grant you an automatic tax extension.


Electronically Pay Your Tax Balance Owed in Minutes

It’s important to remember that a tax extension only provides you with more time to file NOT pay what you may owe. If you expect to owe the IRS money and take advantage of our eFile service, you can make your tax payment through FreeTaxExtension using direct debit from your checking or savings account.


We’ll Hold Your Hand

We understand the tax code and tax jargon, so you don’t have to. When you utilize our eFile service, you’ll have access to the best customer service support team in the business. We make filing for a tax extension so easy, we’ll have you approved by the IRS in just a few minutes.


Go to Bed Tonight KNOWING Your Extension was Approved

If you’re in a hurry and prefer, for a small fee, we’ll eFile your tax extension with the IRS and you’ll receive electronic notification of the status of your extension in minutes.


REMEMBER: When you mail in IRS Form 4868, you only receive notification from the IRS if your extension is rejected and it will be months after your return was due and penalties will have already begun accruing. We’re not kidding when we say – extend your tax return due date by 6 months in just 6 minutes.


Avoid Late Filing Penalties – They are VERY painful

The IRS penalty for filing your tax return late is 5% of your tax due PER MONTH up to a maximum of 25%. This equates to an annualized interest rate of 60%. If your return is more than 60 days late, the minimum penalty is $210.


Avoid Late Payment Penalties – Pain on Top of Pain

In addition to late filing penalties, the IRS imposes late payment penalties of ½ of 1% per month of your tax due plus interest. This penalty equates to an annualized interest rate of 6% FAR less than the late filing penalties. The moral of the story is this: doing nothing is a bad idea. File your IRS Form 1040 tax return or IRS Form 4868 tax extension before your return due date even if you can’t afford to pay the IRS.


We Know Tax Extensions

Our business is tax extensions, period and our team includes the industry pioneers in online tax extensions who can guide you every step of the way.

Authorized IRS eFile Provider/BBB Accredited

Our management team and our proprietary software have been thoroughly vetted and tested by the IRS, as well as the Better Business Bureau where we are proud to maintain an A+ rating.

Customer Support That’s Second to None

We understand how stressful taxes can be. With our eFile service, you’ll have access to the best customer support team in the tax extension industry. We provide 24 hour a day live chat support in the days leading up to the tax filing deadline. We don’t sleep so you can!

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