Which tax filing forms can use the IRS extension Form 7004?
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There are 33 different IRS returns that can have their filing deadlines extended by properly submitting extension Form 7004. The IRS typically grants automatic extensions up to 7 months depending on the business type and tax year. Businesses with tax years ending on December 31st or July 2 are eligible for a 6 or 7-month extension, depending on when their tax year ends.

For the following forms you can only obtain a 6-month extension with Form 7004 if the tax year ends during any other period besides July 2 and December 31st:
  • 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 1120S, Form 1120-SF
Note: If an association is electing to file Form 1120-H, the U.S. income tax return for homeowners associations, it should file for the extension with Form 7004 using the original form type assigned to the entity.

The following tax returns qualify for an automatic 6-month extension with IRS 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 1120S, 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)

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