Personal, or Business Tax Extensions Online!

3 Easy Steps to Extend Your Tax Filing in 5 Minutes

  1. All you need to file your tax extension is your name, address, and Social Security Number. You don’t need past tax returns, W2s or other complex forms. Your data is encrypted and secure and only shared with the IRS.

Calculate Your Tax

2. A common misconception among many taxpayers is that filing a tax extension also extends the deadline for tax payments. Unfortunately, this is not the case. An extension only gives you more time to file your paperwork, not to pay your taxes.

The good news is about 75% of taxpayers are expected to receive a refund, meaning they likely won’t need to pay additional taxes with their extension. This alleviates the worry of having to calculate what you owe immediately when filing for an extension.

Our platform simplifies the process with a user-friendly tax calculator to accurately estimate your taxes. And if you do need to make an estimated payment, our online payment system makes it straightforward and hassle-free. Take the stress out of tax season and ensure you’re meeting your obligations efficiently with our tools.

Submit Your Application

3. Submitting your tax extension is straightforward and secure with If you’re concerned about errors or rejections, rest assured, we’ve got you covered. Our platform is designed to minimize mistakes, guiding you through the process step by step. In the rare event of an IRS rejection, usually due to a simple typo, we’re here to help correct and resubmit your application at no extra cost.

Our system allows you to easily check the status of your extension, giving you peace of mind. Plus, as an authorized IRS e-file provider, we ensure your personal information is protected with the latest security measures. Trust us to make your tax extension filing as smooth and worry-free as possible.

Avoid Costly Late Filing Penalties

Peace of mind. File your Personal, or Business Tax
Extension Today

Missing the tax deadline can result in penalties and accrued interest on unpaid taxes, adding unnecessary stress and financial burden. The specifics vary between individuals and businesses, but the repercussions from the IRS can be severe.

By taking just 5 minutes to file a tax extension, you can postpone your filing deadline by up to 6 months, helping you avoid these complications. This gives you extra time to gather all necessary documents and information, ensuring a more accurate and stress-free filing when you’re ready.
Don’t risk incurring penalties; take the simple step of filing an extension to safeguard your financial well-being.