2017 Tax Extension Request

Quick and Easy Filing Options

If you found yourself unable to meet the document deadline of March 15, 2018, you’ll first need to file an extension to avoid any potential late-filing or late payment penalties. Filing an extension will allow you to extend your filing deadline to October 15, 2018.

Learn how you can submit your extension request to Clergy Financial Resources. Once your request is submitted, we’ll file your extension and send you an email confirmation when your tax extension is accepted.

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