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Seeking Extension for Tax Filing


By any reason if the tax payer does not want to file tax returns on or before the due date of tax filing which is April 15th 2019, Crescent Tax Filing tax experts will seek an extension (additional time) up to 6 months to file tax returns.


The tax payer might have various reasons for not filing tax returns on or before the tax due date, some of the reasons could be: Applying ITIN for Self or dependents , delay in getting tax documents, source documents to claim deductions or credits on tax returns.


Since a long time we have been helping thousands of tax payers in seeking an extension of time to file tax returns, extension of time is not granted to delay paying OWE amount/balance due 90% of the total OWE amount should be paid on or before April 15th every year, if a taxpayer is unable to pay the 90% of the entire OWE/balance due amount at once can pay the balance amount in installments.


Note: Late filing penalty is higher than late payment penalty, so we request the tax payers to at least file tax returns in case not able to pay the entire OWE amount or unable to set up installment payment option with IRS.


Crescent Tax Filing has been helping thousands of clients in seeking extension of time to file tax returns with the tax authority’s, by submitting estimated taxes and application for extension with IRS & State Income Tax departments 6 months of time is granted to the tax payer and the last date of extended time to file tax returns is October 15th 2019.


Crescent Tax Filing tax experts are ready to help any number of clients in seeking extension of time to file tax returns, Crescent Tax Filing is the only tax consulting firm helping the tax payers all over the year with many value added tax services worth $1200 for free.


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