Etax8868 E-filing Services for IRS Form 8868
IRS 8868 Form is also called 990 extension form; it is used to apply automatic 6-month Extension of time to file your tax exempt organization returns. ETAX8868 offers a secure and easy way to e-file Form 8868 online in minutes. Get a confirmation of your automatic 6-month filing extension Form 8868 through reliable tax partner ETAX8868.com. We can help individuals, non-profit organizations, charities, and other tax exempt groups to file their tax returns electronically with IRS.
IRS Form 8868 Extension Supports the Following IRS Forms at Etax8868
Form 990 or 990-EZ
IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ are used by tax-exempt organizations, Non-exempt charitable, trusts as well as for section 527 applicable for political organizations, to provide the IRS with the information required by section 6033. Most organizations tax exempt from income tax under section 501(a) must file a Form 990 or 990-EZ or Form 990-N (e-Postcard), depending upon the organization's gross receipts and total assets.
The due date as prescribed for form 990 and 990-EZ is the 15th day of the 5th month (normally May 15th) in an annual tax year as applicable. 990 due dates are varying based on your tax filing year. You may e-file Form 8868 to get a 6-month automatic extension of time to file your 990 Form. You must apply for Form 8868 extension before the due date of Form 990 (May 15th).
IRS Form 990-BL, Information, and Initial Excise Tax Return are used by black lung benefit trusts to meet the reporting requirements of Internal Revenue Code section 6033. If initial taxes are imposed on the trust or certain related parties, trusts must also file Schedule A (Form 990-BL), Initial Excise Taxes on Black Lung Benefit Trusts and Certain Related Persons. A central organization may apply for Form 8868 extension of time to file a group return before the due date of Form 990-BL (May 15th).
Form 4720 (Individual)
An organization that has violated a tax rule that makes it liable for private foundation excise taxes must file Form 4720, Return of Certain Excise Taxes under Chapters 41 and 42 of the Internal Revenue Code, to report and pay such taxes. Form 8868 6-month automatic extension will be granted, if you complete and submit Form 8868 properly. And any balance due shown on Form 4720 is paid by the due date for Form 4720 (May 15th).
The IRS Form 990-PF is used to report "Return of Private Foundation" and that must be filed each year with the IRS by organizations exempt from Federal income taxes under section 501 of the Internal Revenue Code, and whose annual receipts are normally more than $25,000 a year. To get the 6-month automatic 8868 filing extension, you must file Form 990-PF before the due date of Form 990-PF (May 15th).
IRS form 1041-A is used to report the U.S. Information Return Trust Accumulation of charitable information required by section 6034 and the related regulations. The trustee may request 6 months of an automatic extension of time to file Form 1041-A by filing Form 8868. To get the 6-month filing extension, you must file IRS Form 8868 before the due date of Form 1041-A (April 15th).
Form 4720 (other than Individual)
The IRS Form 4720 (other than an individual) i.e. “Return of Certain Excise Taxes on Charities and Other Persons Under Chapters 41 and 42 of the Internal Revenue Code.” is used to report liable Private foundation excise tax return.
IRS Form 5227 entitled “Split-Interest Trust Information Return” is used to report financial activities of a split-interest trust. Need to provide certain information about charitable deductions and distributions from a split-interest trust. Also, the trustee of a trust must file Form 5227 and must use Form 8868 to request an extension of time to file those returns. To get the 6-month filing extension, you must file Form 8868 before the due date of Form 5227 (April 18th).
IRS Form 6069 is “Return of an excise tax on excess contributions” to “Black Lung Benefits Act (BLBA)” trust under section 4953 and computation of Section 192 Deduction. This Form is used to determine the amount of excise tax imposed under section 4953 for contributions, which are more than the maximum allowable deduction. You may e-file Form 8868 to get a 6 months automatic extension of time to file your 6069 form before the due date of May 15th.
IRS Form 8870 is a form for “Information Return for Transfers Associated with Certain Personal Benefit Contracts”. When requesting for Form 8868 additional extension of time to file form 8870, you must file before due date May 15th.
If the due date falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, file on the next business day.