Which business tax return should I choose to file Form 7004?
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There are 33 different IRS business tax returns that can have their filing deadlines extended up to 6 months if properly filed an extension Form 7004. Exceptions apply to C corporations (1120-C) with a fiscal tax year ending June 30 and are eligible for an automatic 7-month extension using Form 7004.
|Form 1120||Form 1120-C,||Form 1120-F||Form 1120-FSC||Form 1120-H||Form 1120-L||Form 1120-ND|
|Form 1120-PC||Form 1120-POL||Form 1120-REIT||Form 1120-RIC||Form 1120-S||Form 1120-SF|
The following tax returns qualify for an automatic 6-month extension with IRS Extension Form 7004:
|Form 706-GS (D)||Form 706-GS (T)||Form 1041 (bankruptcy estate only)||Form 1041-N||Form 1041-QFT|
|Form 1042|| Form 1065
||Form 1065-B||Form 1066||Form 1120-S|
| Form 3520-A
||Form 8612||Form 8613||Form 8725|| Form 8804
|Form 8831||Form 8876||Form 8924||Form 8928
The following Certain Trust and Entities qualify for an automatic 5 1/2-month extension:
- Form 1041 (estate)
- Form 1041 (trust)
If you do not know which IRS business return you should choose to file an extension Form 7004, click the 'What business return should I file extension for?' link on the application's select business return page. A pop-up appears where you need to select the Business Entity Type, and we will suggest the business tax return you need to choose to apply for an extension.