eFile IRS Form 7004 in Minutes!
Extend your tax return due date to September 15th
For Businesses of All Types
- eFile IRS Form 7004
- C-Corporations and S-Corporations
- Multi Member LLCs and Partnerships
- Trusts, Estates and more
You’re only a few minutes away from extending your business tax return due date by 6 months. Here’s how to extend your IRS business income tax deadline using FileLater to e-file Form 7004 which extends your filing deadline for IRS Forms 1120, 1120S, 1065 and many more.
Provide the business data the IRS requires for you to file a tax extension. This includes the business name, address and Tax-ID/EIN. Prior year tax returns and all of those complicated tax forms are not required and the IRS doesn't even ask for a reason! All of the information you provide is kept safe and secure and not shared with anyone but the IRS, period.
Estimate the total income tax payment for the filing year, and provide the amount already paid to the IRS through quarterly payments if applicable. Many business customers simply multiply their profits by last year’s tax rate to estimate the total tax liability for the current year. If you expect to owe and you want to make a tax payment to avoid potential IRS interest and late payment penalties, we can help you make that payment directly to the IRS via Electronic Funds Withdrawal (EFW) from your business bank account. Remember: S corps and Multi-Member LLC's have no tax liability. All tax liabilities are passed through to the underlying shareholders or LLC members.
Once you submit your business tax extension with FileLater, we will electronically e-file it to the IRS for approval. FileLater is an authorized IRS e-file provider which means your data, and our transmission to the IRS, is safe and secure… so you have nothing to worry about.
Within minutes, we'll send you an email notifying you that your business income tax extension was approved by the IRS. If for any reason your tax extension is rejected, we’ll tell you why, and you can resubmit for free after making any changes. Almost all rejections are caused by either a Tax-ID not matching IRS records or filing as the incorrect business entity type (i.e. filing as an S Corp and the IRS doesn't recognize the entity as one). As long as you submit your information accurately and on time, it will be approved — that’s why the IRS calls it an “Automatic Extension".