If you can’t meet the mid-April deadline to file your tax return, you can get an automatic six-month extension of time to file your return from the IRS. The extension will give you extra time to get the paperwork in to the IRS, but it does not extend the time you have to pay any tax due. You will owe interest on any amounts not paid by the mid-April deadline, plus a late payment penalty if you have paid less than 90 percent of your total tax by that date. All amounts that you enter on your Form 4868 should be the amounts that you expect to report on your return. They do not have to be the exact calculations, but they should be relatively accurate estimates.
Yes, you can amend just your state tax return using FCT and leave the Federal as is.
- First, fill out an amended federal income tax return, Form 1040X.
- Second, get the proper form from your state and use the information from Form 1040X to help you fill it out.
No problem! Here at FCT we can prepare your taxes with no problems! Just ask us how?
Getting started you will need:
1. Copies of ID and SS Card
2. Copies of all W2’s, (2017-2019)
3. Any expenses like car registration and charitable donations
IRS Form 1040EZ is the simplest of the three tax forms you can use to file your federal income taxes. If your taxable income is less than $100,000, you don’t claim any dependents and you file as single or are married filing jointly, then you may be eligible to file Form 1040EZ.
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