For Immediate Release
January 21, 2009
San Diego, Ca - FileLater, the leader in online tax extensions, has re-launched this month with a new look and even easier tax extension services. Each year, 10 million taxpayers and 5 million businesses file tax extensions, which allows them five to six more months to file the necessary tax paperwork. FileLater, an authorized IRS E-File provider, is a safe, easy and convenient online service that provides tax extensions in minutes. This year, in addition to offering easy online tax extensions, the company has also added the following services:
- Tax extensions for Businesses: Now, not only can individuals file tax extensions online, but FileLater is the only online tax extension provider to offer businesses such as corporations, LLCs, and S-Corps tax extensions in minutes.
- Live Customer Phone Support
- Detailed instructions and forms for state extensions (where applicable), for both personal & business taxes
- Security enhancements
FileLater is a perfect solution for taxpayers that procrastinate, do not want to pay last-minute CPA filing fees, want to avoid the tax season rush, or have no excuse at all. Anyone can file for a tax extension and providing a reason is not necessary.
When filed correctly and on time the IRS approves and grants all extensions. Extension requests submitted by mail do not receive a notification that the request has been approved, however FileLater sends customers a confirmation email within one day when the IRS approves their extension.
Individual tax extensions launch at $17.95 and business extensions launch at $49.95. For more information on FileLater, please visit www.filelater.com.
FileLater is a safe, easy and convenient online service for individuals and businesses to file tax extensions. An IRS tax extension gives individuals six more months to file a tax return, extending the deadline from April 15 to October 15, and extends the business deadline to September 15. FileLater allows individuals and businesses to extend deadlines for federal taxes, and, as laws vary from state to state, provides instructions on how to extend state tax deadlines for all states. Tax extensions do not extend the time for individuals or business to make a payment, only to file the necessary paperwork, however taxpayers can use FileLater to submit payment to the IRS directly from their bank account. The company was developed so people without tax expertise can extend their tax deadlines without involving a professional tax preparer and to provide a better solution for people who already file their own tax extensions.