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State of Georgia Business Income Tax Extensions

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General Instructions

Georgia C Corporation Tax Extension

Corporations are required to file a Georgia Form 600, Georgia Corporation Tax Return, if they conduct business in, own property in or generate income derived in the State of Georgia. Georgia C-corporation returns are due by the 15th day of the 4th month after the end of the tax year (April 15 for calendar year taxpayers). If you need more time to file, you can obtain an automatic state tax extension by submitting Form IT-303 (Application for Extension of Time for Filing State Income Tax Returns). A Georgia C-Corp extension provides you with 6 additional months to file Form 600, moving your filing deadline from April 15 to October 15 (for calendar year filers). In addition, Georgia grants an automatic 6-month extension to corporations who have successfully filed IRS Form 7004.  Include a copy of your Form 7004 when you file Georgia Form 600. 

Georgia S Corporation Tax Extension

Georgia S Corporations are required to file a Georgia Form 600S, Georgia S Corporation Tax Return, if they conduct business in, own property in or generate income derived in the State of Georgia. Georgia S-corporation returns are due by the 15th day of the 3rd month after the end of the tax year (March 15 for calendar year taxpayers). You can obtain an automatic state tax extension by submitting Form IT-303 (Application for Extension of Time for Filing State Income Tax Returns) if you need more time to file your return. A Georgia S-Corp extension provides you with 6 additional months to file your C corp business tax return, moving filing deadline from March 15 to September 15 (for calendar year filers). Georgia also grants an automatic 6-month extension to S-corporations who have been approved for a federal extension by filing IRS Form 7004.  Be sure to include a copy of your Form 7004 when you file Georgia Form 600S.

Georgia LLC / Partnership Tax Extension

A partnership, LLC, syndicate, group, pool, joint venture, or unincorporated organization that engages in business, generates income from property located in Georgia, or has members in Georgia, and is required to file IRS Form 1065 (U.S. Return of Partnership Income) is required to file Georgia Form 700 (Partnership Tax Return) by the 15th day of the 3rd month (March 15 for calendar year filers) following the close of the partnership or LLC's tax year. If you require additional time to file your tax return, you can file Georgia Form IT-303 (Application for Extension of Time for Filing State Income Tax Returns) to obtain an additional 6 months to file your return. Georgia also grants an automatic 6-month extension to LLC's and Partnerships who have filed IRS Form 7004.  Be sure to include a copy of your Form 7004 when you file Georgia Form 700.

Keep in mind, a Georgia tax extension only provides you additional time to file, not to pay any taxes you may have due. Any state tax balance you owe must still be paid by the original due date (March 15). You can use Georgia Form IT-360C (Corporation Income/Net Worth Payment Voucher) to make a state tax payment when an extension is being requested. Or, you can make an extension payment online at the Georgia Tax Center (GTC)

For more information, please visit the Georgia Department of Revenue website.

Georgia State Income Tax Extension Forms

Form IT-303 (Application for Extension of Time for Filing State Income Tax Returns):

Mail Form IT-303 (without payment) to the following address:

Georgia Department of Revenue
Processing Center
P.O. Box 740320
Atlanta, Georgia  30374-0320

Form IT-560C (Corporate Extension Payment Voucher)

Mail Form IT-560C with payment to the following address:

Processing Center
Georgia Department of Revenue
P.O. Box 740239
Atlanta, Georgia  30374-0239