Another year is getting closer to the end and Christmas is rapidly approaching. Although the original due date for Personal income tax returns is April 15th, a properly filed extension allows a individual taxpayer to file their return by October 15th.
The IRS and the state of GA allows individual taxpayers to file for an automatic six-month extension, Form 4868. Keep in mind that an extension to file is not an extension to pay and that both the IRS and the state/Georgia expect you to pay your taxes as you earn the monies.
Please be reminded there are no valid extensions after the October 15th and the final personal return due date lapses. There a checklist you can use to pull the information together to prepare your personal return at http://www.hiscpa.com/newclient.html
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