Kentucky State Tax Extension Forms 2014 – 2015
Kentucky State Tax Extension Filing Online
Kentucky allows up to a 6 month extension if the taxpayer either:
- Attaches a copy of the proper federal extension form to the Kentucky state tax return, or
- Files Kentucky Form 102.
Taxpayers who are not capable to prepare a Kentucky state tax return by April 15 may request an extension. Inability to pay is not a suitable reason. Acceptable reasons include, but are not limited to, destruction of records by fire or flood and serious illness of the taxpayer. The request for the extension must be submitted in writing to the Revenue Cabinet on or before the due date of the return. The request must state a reasonable cause for the inability to file. Extensions are limited to 6 months. A copy of the Kentucky tax extension request must be attached to the return.
Individual Income Tax Extension for Kentucky State
Individuals who receive a federal extension are not necessary to apply for a separate 2015 – 2014 Kentucky state tax extension. They can convene the requirements by attaching a copy of the application for automatic federal tax extension or the accepted federal extension to the Kentucky return. Attach a copy of 4868 Form with the verification number in the lower right-hand corner of the form or a copy of the electronic confession.
Kentucky gives you Automatic State Tax Extension
Here we will help guide you through the information you’ll require to file for your Kentucky state tax extension 2013 – 2014. In general, you will require your personal information like.
Your Full address
(SSN) Social Security Number and
Some data regarding your taxable earnings.
Having last year’s tax return on-hand will be helpful during the tax extension online request method. If you find yourself stuck during the online request, you’ll be able to save your progress and finish later.
Kentucky state residents who are in the military are regularly granted tax extensions for military service when serving outside the United States. Any extension granted for federal income tax points will be privileged for Kentucky income tax purposes. Any income earned in a combat zone that is exempt for federal tax purposes is also exempt for Kentucky tax purposes.