If you requested an extension, the deadline was October 15, 2014
The deadline to file a 2013 tax return was October 15, 2014. Since the deadline to file has passed, you’ll no longer be able to e-file a 2013 tax return.
How To File Late 2013 Taxes
If you still need to file a 2013 tax return, you can still prepare your 2013 tax return with PriorTax. We’ll do the hard work for you and afterwards, you’ll need to print, sign and mail your 2013 taxes to the IRS.
To file your late 2013 tax return, follow these steps;
- Create an Account on PriorTax
- Enter the requested information
- Pay & Submit
- After your return is prepared, we’ll notify you. At that point, you’ll print, sign and mail it to the IRS.
PriorTax makes doing taxes easy. That means, you can have your 2013 taxes done in as little as 10 minutes!
The longer you wait to file your 2013 taxes, the higher your late fees will be.
These late fees include;
- failure-to-file penalty
- failure-to-pay penalty
Each of these fees will continue to grow larger until your tax return is filed and tax liability is paid.
Keep in mind, if you are due a refund, you won’t be charged penalties and interest for filing late.
Why wait any longer? Create an account today and get it your 2013 taxes out of the way!
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