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Old 05-17-2013, 06:21 AM
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How to Fill Out Tax Form 4868



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How to Fill Out Tax Form 4868
The form must be filed by April 15th. If you are a fiscal year TP, then you must file the Form on or before the regular due date for filing. Form 4868 requires you to estimate the amount that is owed for income taxes. You who file Form 4868 incur no penalties other than interest if the amount paid along with Form 4868 is at least 90 percent of the actual tax due. You may file a paper copy of Form 4868 by mail, but If you are filing Form 4868 electronically, do not send the IRS a paper copy. Insert your personal and demographic information. You must include your name, address and social security number. You must provide your spouse's social security number if you are filing jointly.ALSO provide an estimate of the amount of taxes you've paid for the tax year. If you have your W-2, the information is easy to obtain. If you don't have a W-2, look at your last pay stub for the year. It should list the amount your employer withheld from your salary to cover your annual tax liability.Determine the difference between the amount you paid and the amount that should be paid for the tax year. If your tax payments for the year fall below the amount required by the Federal government, they you will owe additional taxes. The additional taxes must be paid by the April 15th tax due date. On the other hand, if you paid more than required, you are due a refund. Please visit the IRS website for more info in detail; http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4868.pdf



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How to Fill Out Tax Form 4868
You can fill it offline and online but E-filing form 4868 can save your time. First you can download 4868 form from IRS website. Tax extension form is quite simple to complete. In part 1 you have to fill all your personal and tax information like (your name and your spouse's name, street address, city, state and ZIP code). In part 2 you have filled any tax liability for the past year. After filling 4868 you get a six-month extension to file your tax return. Not everyone will qualify for an extension so take a guidance form expert tax attorney Goldburd McCone LLP from new york. You can call (212) 302-9400



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