– Extend your state tax return filing deadline by 6 months in just 6 minutes!


Did You Forget About Your State Tax Return?

Often taxpayers file their federal returns early to get their refunds and state tax returns are often an afterthought until it’s too late. You are then faced with the dilemma of A) not filing your state tax return or extension and risking late filing penalties or B) taking a few minutes and filing a state tax extension.

File a State Tax Extension in Minutes

Each state has different rules regarding tax extensions and our business is tax extensions, period. Our team has developed an online wizard that to allows you to quickly and easily prepare and print your state tax extension for any state in the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico. 

Extend Your State Tax Deadline to Oct 15th

Once that tax extension is prepared and filed, you can relax because it just a few minutes you extended your state income tax filing deadline. 


Easy as 1, 2, 3

Enter your taxpayer information

Estimate your tax due, if necessary

Print & mail your extension



Use our State Extension Wizard

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Our State Tax Extension wizard will walk you through the process in minutes.

We’re not kidding when we say – extend your state tax return due date in minutes.


Avoid Late Filing Penalties – They are VERY painful

Most states mirror the IRS late filing penalties for filing your tax return late which are 5% of your tax due PER MONTH up to a maximum of 25%. This equates to an annualized interest rate of 60%. If your return is more than 60 days late, the minimum penalty is $210.


Avoid Late Payment Penalties – Pain on Top of Pain

In addition to late filing penalties, like the IRS, states impose late payment penalties of ½ of 1% per month of your tax due plus interest. This penalty equates to an annualized interest rate of 6% FAR less than the late filing penalties. The moral of the story is this: doing nothing is a very bad idea. File your state tax return or an extension before your return due date even if you can’t afford to pay any taxes due.