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Today is the last day to apply for your personal income tax extension to the IRS.

Hello there, taxpayers! Today is the last date to apply for your personal income tax extension to the IRS and get the automatic six-month extension time to report your taxes. And e-filing your form 4868 at taxgarden.com is the easiest way to apply for the personal income tax extension directly to the IRS and get the extension time approved.  

You don’t have to miss today’s deadline. You can e-file form 4868 with a few simple steps and get the acknowledgment from taxgarden.com. Or else, you will be liable to the penalties and interests from the IRS for not reporting your taxes and not applying for an individual income tax extension also.  

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Get an automatic six more months to file; all taxpayers can use TaxGarden File to request an extension

Tax time and worried about your tax deadlines? then consider filing for tax extension at TaxGarden.com today in 3 simple steps for just $9.99 for personal tax extension and $11.99 for business tax extension.

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that if they’re unable to file their tax return by this year’s April 18 deadline, there’s an easy, online option to get more time to complete their return.

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Looking to report an Extension of Time for your Individual Taxes? 

Hey, there! Do you want to apply for an extension time for your individual income taxes this year? Don’t worry. Taxgarden.com offers you a convenient online platform to easily e-file your personal income tax form 4868 application directly to the IRS on the go.  

This year, you can e-file your personal income extension tax at taxgarden.com before the deadline hits you. You are liable to penalties and interests if you miss out on the deadline of your tax dues and do not file for an extension of time for your individual tax forms. The deadline falls on April 18th this year to file your form 4868 personal income tax extension applications to the IRS and get the extension time approved.  

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Corporate Business Taxpayers have until April 18th to request an Extension of Time.

Corporate businesses should file their last year’s tax reports through form 1120 to the IRS this year within April 18th, 2022. If they can’t report their business income taxes on time, they should apply for an extension of time using form 7004 within April 18th. The IRS tends to charge penalties, interests, and late charges for those who miss the deadline and fail to request the business income tax time extension before the deadline.  

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IRS reminds taxpayers they must check a box on Form 1040, 1040-SR or 1040-NR on virtual currency transactions for 2021

Tax Time and the tax season 2022 is just around the corner. April 18, 2022 is the deadline for individual income tax reporting, most of the taxpayers falls due. The IRS urges to use electronic filing for faster processing of tax returns and easier to process refund if any when it is eFiled. When you need extra time to complete your personal tax return, report IRS Tax Form 4868 and get 6-months of automatic extension. The C-corp business taxpayers also has April 18, 2022 as the deadline to complete tax form 1120, when you need additional time then consider reporting Tax Extension Form 7004. This is also extended upto 6-months on successful acceptance.

The IRS reminds taxpayers that there is a virtual currency question at the top of Form 1040, Form 1040-SR and Form 1040-NR. It asks: “At any time during 2021, did you receive, sell, exchange, or otherwise dispose of any financial interest in any virtual currency?”

All taxpayers filing Form 1040, Form 1040-SR or Form 1040-NR must check one box answering either “Yes” or “No” to the virtual currency question. The question must be answered by all taxpayers, not just taxpayers who engaged in a transaction involving virtual currency in 2021.

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