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H&R Block Extension Form

While the regular filing deadline of April 18th is the date that any tax payments are due, if you live abroad you have until June 15th to request an extension of time to file until October 16th, 2017.  We are happy to file this extension on your behalf.  To do so, we will need to obtain the information on the following page.

Please note that any unpaid tax amounts after June 15th will begin to accrue interest and 'failure to pay' penalties. Therefore, you may consider making an estimated payment with your extension if you expect to owe.
If you have any questions, you can email expattax@hrblock.com or call (816) 504-1665

TaxDay Extension Form
PREFILL FIELDS

The following fields should be pre-filled within this form:

1)    To enable search with the Save and Submit connectors

      - Lead ID (for new clients)

      - Tax Organizer ID

      - Client ID (MY clients)

      - Engagement ID (MY clients)

      - Engagement Name

2)    To demonstrate that we know the client:

      - First Name

      - Last Name

      - Email

3)    To enable country-specific logic

      - Country

CALCULATED FIELDS

The following fields should be calculated within this form:

1)    To create a new Tax Organizer:

      - Tax Organizer Name

Taxpayer Information
Please provide the last name on file with the Social Security Administration if different than the last name provided above.
Taxpayer Address
Please enter your address information for the country in which you currently live:
Spouse Information
Please note that your spouse's Last Name will need to match the name on record with the Social Security Administration
Spouse's Address
Please enter your address information for the country in which you currently live:
Estimated Payment
If you expect to owe taxes you may consider paying an estimated amount with your extension. While you are able to extend the filing deadline of your tax return, payment of tax is still due by June 15th. Any amounts owed and not paid after this date will continue to accrue interest, and start to accrue payment penalties. Payments can be made either by electronic payment (from a U.S. bank account) with your extension, or you may pay online at this IRS website. State payments should be made directly to the state's taxing authority located through this link.
Bank Information

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