Tax Slacker: How To File for a Tax Extension

Tomorrow is the deadline for tax season, and you either forgot or have completely avoided the dreadful task that’s only second to death in things you must do. Don’t worry — I did too, and will be filing for an extension, AS SHOULD YOU, YOU UNMOTIVATED LAZY PIECE OF AWFULNESS.

Just in case you haven’t noticed, you have less than 48 hours to get it all straightened out. But don’t fret just yet: all you have to do is go to the IRS web-page explaining all the necessary details needed to file for an extension. The last thing you need from me is a break down with hints and tips; just go to the source and get it done, pronto.

If you just need the average file extension, simply click here for the pdf. file.

If you’re the adventurous type who wants to file in record time, I would either recommend Turbotax on the cheap (if you know exactly what you’re doing) or better yet, H&R Block for absolute convenience, if you have around $70 to spare. Whatever method you choose, choose it NOW.

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