There's still time to file! Here's the link to get IRS FORM 4868 Extension To File Income and Gift Tax Returns

David M. Frees, III

More INFORMATION and WARNINGS:

IMPORTANT TAX NOTICE AND REMINDER

Not quite ready to file?

Just got new information or still waiting?

Well don't be afraid, alarmed or nervous.

For some reason clients are afraid of filing an automatic extension with the IRS. Many folks think they are sending in the return late or that it raises a red flag with the IRS. Neither is true.

Although estimated taxes are due by April 15th, (so make sure to pay what you think you owe) it is much better to file the extension and get the return correct than rushing to get it in.

The law specifically allows for the extension and it's automatic when properly requested.

You can get an automatic extension by filing form 4868. Just call your accountant or, if you do your own taxes click here to get a copy.

So if you're missing some documentation, or you have received that last minute revised 1099 or K1, take a deep breath, stay cool, calm and collected, and remember you have another six months to

file the return.

After tax season, it's a great idea to review your estate planning and make sure that it's up to date.

For our latest 2015 Edition of Enhanced Estate Planning, just click here to download the report or call Lisa at 610-933-8069 for a copy to be mailed out.

ARE YOU READY TO UPGRADE FROM A WILL TO A TRUST?

Each month we set aside 4 spots for Existing Client Will to Trust Upgrade - these appointments for existing clients only are offered at our special pricing of $2,500 (for a single person OR a couple). We can only do so many each month and this is 40% off our regular pricing.

So if you've been thinking about going from a will to a trust: 1) to get your affairs more organized, 2) to minimize costs and fees, and/or to protect your wishes from challenge (challenging a trust is harder than challenging a will) then call 610-933-8069 and take one of these appointments.

Be well and enjoy the weather.

Category: Estate and Inheritance Tax Planning

Source: www.paestateplanners.com

Category: Taxes

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