If you are an expat or a non-resident alien living in the UK and you have filed for an extended deadline for the 2018 Individual Federal Income tax returns, the final deadline to file is 16 December 2019. This is important news for anyone who has filed their initial extension request on or before 16 June, and their second one on or before 15 October. Failure to file could result in refund delays, fines, penalties and more. If you need to file your Expat 2018 Individual Federal Income Tax Returns soon, contacting an expert tax advisor can make filing easy and ensure that you make the deadline.
There are many reasons that someone might need to apply for an extension on their 2018 Individual Federal Income Tax Returns. These can include:
Need More Time- whether you need more time to get the proper paperwork together, or you know that you will owe taxes and need more time to pay, an extension can make this easier.
Confusion- expat or non-resident tax regulations can be confusing and complicated. Filing for an extension can make understanding the tax regulations and requirements easier as it will give you more time to learn new tax regulations or consult with a tax expert.
Fear- tax regulations can cause a lot of fear and anxiety in people and this fear can often cause them to delay filing their Individual Federal Income Tax Returns. If tax anxiety has made you file for a second extension, contact British American Tax today and speak with a tax professional who can help you file your 2018 Individual Federal Income Tax Returns before the 16 December 2019 deadline.
Career Obligations- sometimes our career can have us so overloaded with work, that we aren’t able to file our taxes on time. We file for an initial extension and we still can’t file on time. Then we file for a second extension and we have to file on time for this one to avoid a penalty. This is where an expert tax advisor can help. No matter how busy you are, they can help ensure that your 2018 Individual Federal Income Tax Returns are filed before 16 December 2019.
Contact British American Tax
To learn more about the deadline for 2018 Individual Federal Income Tax Returns, contact British American Tax today and consult with an who can answer any questions you might have about taking a proactive approach to your tax planning.
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