As Tax Deadline Looms, Offers Extension Filing Service

Today is the final day to file 2004 income tax returns. But those who need a little more time will be filing extensions instead. Now they can do just that at (

Added to the lineup of services this week, the extension filing service is already proving popular. Though it must be filed before midnight today, IRS Form 4868 automatically gives the filer four extra months to file his or her tax return.

“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 spokesperson Michele Tyson. “We want to make it easy for people to file an extension, so we are now offering that service at”

Along with filing extensions, can complete their state and federal tax returns and e-file online – at least for the rest of today. services start at $29.95 and include live toll-free assistance.

“There is still time to file a federal income tax extension today,” said Tyson. “We urge those who have questions about extensions to call us at 800-825-4303, and we can walk them through the process.”

An IRS-authorized e-file provider, was founded in 2002 with the goal of helping people prepare and file their taxes quickly, easily and affordably. Since then, has grown to become one of the most popular online tax preparation services. For more information about, visit

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