Automatic 6 Month IRS Tax Filing Extension

Extend your IRS tax filing date to October 15th.
E-File your tax filing extension with the IRS and get a response within 24 hours.

If you're tight on time around April 15th and you can't get your taxes filed on time, you may be able to get a filing extension. The IRS allows taxpayers to get an automatic 6 month filing extension. That means your tax filing due date will be pushed back to October 15th. However, the automatic tax filing extension does not mean you can wait six months to pay any taxes you owe. The IRS requires you to estimate your tax liability and pay that amount by April 15th as usual.

The easiest way to request your automatic tax filing extension is by visiting Within a few minutes your request can be completed and you'll get a response from the IRS within 24 hours. If for some reason the IRS rejects your request, you can easily modify and resubmit your request.