IRS Form 8809 is used to request an extension of time to file various information returns. This extension should be requested as soon as you know it will be necessary and not at the last minute before the original deadline. BoomTax now offers a streamlined filing extension request service directly from your account.
The IRS deadlines for e-filing your information returns is as follows:
- Form 1099-MISC with Box 7 NEC reporting – January 31, 2018
- Form 1042-S – March 15, 2018
- Form W-2G – April 2, 2018
- Form 1094-C – April 2, 2018
- Form 1095 – April 2, 2018
- Form 1097 – April 2, 2018
- Form 1098 – April 2, 2018
- Form 1099 – April 2, 2018
- Form 3921 – April 2, 2018
- Form 3922 – April 2, 2018
- Form 8027 – April 2, 2018
- Forms 5498/-SA/-ESA – May 31, 2018
If you need an extension of time to file more than one of the forms listed above, you can use a single Form 8809. The form must be filed by the earliest due date of the combined forms. The IRS will not grant extension requests filed after the filing due date of the information return.
Form 8809 extensions are for filing with the IRS only. The extensions will not apply to the recipient copy deadline.
Please note that only the first filing extension request may be submitted electronically. If you require a second extension, the request must be filed by paper. The IRS announced a new mailing address for Form 8809 requests for extension of time to file, and also that faxes would no longer be accepted.
Failing to file timely or timely request an extension to file could result in penalties. It’s best to err on the side of caution, if you have any cause to believe you may need an extension, to submit your request as soon as possible.
With BoomTax, you can file your Form 8809 for many different types of forms at once for an unlimited amount of payers at one flat rate price! We’ll help you get your extension quickly so that it’s one less thing for you to worry about.
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