Extension of Time for Filing

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Extension of Time for Filing

In taxes, the process by which one receives permission to file one's return at a later date. For example, in the United States, the deadline to file tax returns is April 15. If a taxpayer is unable to make this deadline, he/she may ask the IRS for an extension until October 15. In this case, October 15 is called the extension date.
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Zardari and Talpur's interim bail had expired Monday and they filed an extension appeal.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie may have filed an extension amid their divorce and custody battle, but that doesn't mean the estranged couple is getting back together.
If you filed an extension and a CSS is completed before your 2017 tax return is filed, we have found in similar properties that your 2017 depreciation deduction could be around $172,000, with deductions of roughly $48,000/year for its remaining life.
We will check if he has filed an extension of validity," LTFRB board member Aileen Lizada said in Filipino in an interview with GMA News' "24 Oras".
His spokesperson lawyer Mark Piad said on Monday that the mayor filed an extension of his leave last Friday for another 30 days.
A BRIGHOUSE-based employment agency battling to fend off insolvency has filed an extension to its notice of intention to go into administration after making progress in negotiations with an unnamed party.
Do you have a client or know someone who received Advance Premium Tax Credits (APTC) in 2014 and have neither filed their 2014 individual tax return nor filed an extension on their 2014 return?
"For many years I have filed an extension on my taxes, like many Texans, many Americans do," Davis said.
The project's architects, Heiple + Wiedower Architects of Little Rock, filed an extension July 1 with the zoning commission for variances granted first in 2008, Peters said.
The owner who has filed an extension with the Internal Revenue Service would still have time to complete the cost segregation study and reap the benefits on the 2006 tax return before filing in September or October (the filing deadline is determined by the entity structure).
Specifically, an estimated 48 percent of grantees and delegates using another organization for transportation services filed an extension versus 19 percent of grantees and delegates that did not use another organization.
Since most corporations file or have already filed an extension, Cummings says entities with smaller returns should allow for four to five days in their processes to ensure that the e-file is successful, just in case there is a rejection that might need to be fixed.