File an Extension

File an Extension

To request extra time to complete one's tax return for a year. It is common to file an extension if one does not gather all relevant information or complete all forms by the deadline. For example, one may file an extension on one's federal taxes from April 15 to October 15.
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Nasdaq: NEWH), which both owns and franchises New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, has announced that due to the turnover of financial personnel it has postponed its reporting date and conference call, and plans to file an extension of time to file its Form 10-Q.
If you get too stressed out, remember, you can file an extension.
When you file an extension, your 2002 tax return will be due August 15, four months from now, but you still need to pay at least 90 percent of the amount you owe by April 15 to avoid late payment penalties and interest.
For the first time, the estimated 8 million taxpayers who file an extension can also benefit from the Easy Pay loan.
There are many reasons for needing to file an extension, including active military duty in a combat zone, hospitalization, and even the inability to immediately pay a large amount of tax owed," explained ExpressTaxRefund.
To avoid penalties, interest and other headaches, taxpayers who file an extension need to pay close attention to IRS rules, says H&R Block tax professional Kathy Burlison.
If the thought of completing your return by April 17 is sending your stress level through the roof, the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants reminds taxpayers that they can file an extension.
You must then submit payment for your balance due by April 15 or you'll be hit with penalties and interest (although the penalties will be lower if you file an extension than if you do not).
Additionally, the Company will file an extension with the SEC, delaying the submission of its form 10QSB, until May 22 as well.
To learn more, or to file an extension with the IRS, visit ExpressTaxRefund.
Nasdaq:DWRI) today announced that it will file an extension notification with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) for its Annual Report on Form 10-K until March 31, 2006.
NEW YORK -- Escala Group (NASDAQ: ESCL), a global collectibles company in stamps, coins, and art and antiques, today announced that, in accordance with Rule 12b-25 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, the Company plans to file an extension notification with the Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC") relating to its Annual Report on Form 10-K for the year ended June 30, 2006.