The organization may also submit an extension request by mail, including by sending a letter or a copy of the organization's federal extension request (Form 8868).Again, the request must be received by the Department before the original due date to avoid a deliquency fee.Organizations requesting extensions on-line will receive confirmation via e-mail that the request has been received.Once you receive this e-mail confirmation, you should assume that your extension request has been granted unless you hear otherwise from our office.You will not receive a subsequent email confirming receipt of your extension request.
The Charitable Activities Section grants extension requests for up to 180 days from the original due date of the report.
Extending the due date of the report also extends the due date for payment of any applicable fees.
If you would like acknowledgement that your mailed extension request has been received, you should enclose an additional copy of the request and a self-addressed stamped envelope.
To request an extension of time to file online, complete the form below.
You are not ensured that the Department has received your request until your screen indicates "Confirmation of Extension Request." Please print and retain a copy of the “Confirmation of Extension Request” for your records.
A printout of the confirmation serves as proof that your request was submitted on time in the event questions arise about the date your extension request was filed.