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To apply for a personal tax extension, use Arizona Form 204 (Application for Filing Extension). This will extend your filing deadline for 6 months for Form 140, 140A, 140EZ, 140ET, 140PTC, 140PY, or 140NR. Make sure you send in Form 204 by the original filing deadline of your return (typically April 15) to avoid late fees.
If you are approved for a Federal tax extension (IRS Form 4868), the Arizona Department of Revenue will automatically grant you a State extension for the period covered by your Federal extension. In this case, you do not need to submit Form 204.
Form 204 can also be used to make a payment with your tax extension, whether you are using a valid Federal extension or you’re applying for an Arizona extension on its own. Individuals can make tax extension payments by check, electronic check, money order, or credit card. Remember that a tax extension does not extend the deadline for any tax owed, which must still be paid by April 15 to avoid incurring Arizona’s underpayment penalty.
NOTE: Federal tax extensions are valid for a period of time (i.e. 3, 5, or 6 months) and extend an original Arizona deadline by the same period of time. In some cases, the Arizona extended deadline will take place after the Federal extended deadline.
For more information, visit the Arizona Department of Revenue website: www.azdor.gov
Form 204 (Application for Filing Extension): http://www.azdor.gov/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=t6cMYpeVnG4%3d&tabid=257&mid=878
Mail Form 204 with payment to:
Mail Form 204 without payment to:
Mark your envelope with the words “Extension Request.”
To make a tax extension payment online, go to: www.aztaxes.gov/MakePayment