Form SC4868 "Request for Extension of Time to File South Carolina Individual Income Tax Return" - South Carolina

What Is Form SC4868?

This is a legal form that was released by the South Carolina Department of Revenue - a government authority operating within South Carolina. As of today, no separate filing guidelines for the form are provided by the issuing department.

Form Details:

  • Released on August 28, 2019;
  • The latest edition provided by the South Carolina Department of Revenue;
  • Easy to use and ready to print;
  • Quick to customize;
  • Compatible with most PDF-viewing applications;
  • Fill out the form in our online filing application.

Download a printable version of Form SC4868 by clicking the link below or browse more documents and templates provided by the South Carolina Department of Revenue.

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Download Form SC4868 "Request for Extension of Time to File South Carolina Individual Income Tax Return" - South Carolina

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STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
SC4868
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE
(Rev. 8/28/19)
3506
South Carolina Individual Income Tax Return
dor.sc.gov
2019
Year
Or other fiscal year beginning
and ending
-
-
-
-
SSN or FEIN
Name
Spouse's name
Spouse's SSN
Mailing address
New Filer or Change of
Address,
place an X in the box
State
ZIP
City
Composite Filer,
place an X in the box
Check if address
Foreign country address including postal code
Balance due (from worksheet)
is outside US
$
.
00
Who may file
Use SC4868 to request an extension of time to file SC1040 Individual Income Tax return for:
• Individual Income taxpayers,
• nonresident shareholders of an S Corporation, or
• nonresident partners of a Partnership or LLC
How to file
Save time and paper! Request your extension to file by paying your balance due on our free tax portal, MyDORWAY, at
dor.sc.gov/pay. Select Individual Income Tax Payment to get started. Your payment on MyDORWAY automatically
submits your filing extension request. No additional form or paperwork is required.
If you owe $15,000 or more in connection with any SCDOR return, you must file and pay electronically according to SC
Code Section 12-54-250.
If you pay by check, make your check payable to SCDOR and include your SSN or FEIN and "SC4868" in the memo. Do
not send cash.
Mail to: SCDOR, IIT Voucher, PO Box 100123, Columbia, SC 29202
When to file
File this request on or before April 15th, or before the original due date of your fiscal year return. If the due date for filing
your return falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the return is due the next regular working day. This extension
allows you an additional six months to file your return.
If you filed a federal extension
If no Income Tax is due and you have been granted a federal extension of time to file a federal Income Tax return, we will
accept a copy of the federal extension. You do not need to send us a copy of the federal form by the due date of the tax
return. When you file your return, mark the extension box on the SC1040 to indicate you filed a federal extension.
Penalty and interest
This extension allows additional time to file your SC tax return, but not to pay any tax due. You will be charged interest, at
the prevailing federal rates, on any unpaid tax. Interest is applied from the original due date of the tax return to the date of
payment. In addition to the interest, you will be charged a penalty of 0.5% per month for failure to pay at least 90% of the
total tax due by the original due date. The penalty will be imposed on the difference between the amount paid with the
extension and the tax to be paid for the period. A Penalty and Interest Calculator is available on MyDORWAY, our free tax
portal, at dor.sc.gov/calculator.
This extension cannot be processed without proper Social Security Numbers for individuals
or Federal Employer Identification Numbers for S Corporations or Partnerships.
35061191
1350
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
SC4868
DEPARTMENT OF REVENUE
REQUEST FOR EXTENSION OF TIME TO FILE
(Rev. 8/28/19)
3506
South Carolina Individual Income Tax Return
dor.sc.gov
2019
Year
Or other fiscal year beginning
and ending
-
-
-
-
SSN or FEIN
Name
Spouse's name
Spouse's SSN
Mailing address
New Filer or Change of
Address,
place an X in the box
State
ZIP
City
Composite Filer,
place an X in the box
Check if address
Foreign country address including postal code
Balance due (from worksheet)
is outside US
$
.
00
Who may file
Use SC4868 to request an extension of time to file SC1040 Individual Income Tax return for:
• Individual Income taxpayers,
• nonresident shareholders of an S Corporation, or
• nonresident partners of a Partnership or LLC
How to file
Save time and paper! Request your extension to file by paying your balance due on our free tax portal, MyDORWAY, at
dor.sc.gov/pay. Select Individual Income Tax Payment to get started. Your payment on MyDORWAY automatically
submits your filing extension request. No additional form or paperwork is required.
If you owe $15,000 or more in connection with any SCDOR return, you must file and pay electronically according to SC
Code Section 12-54-250.
If you pay by check, make your check payable to SCDOR and include your SSN or FEIN and "SC4868" in the memo. Do
not send cash.
Mail to: SCDOR, IIT Voucher, PO Box 100123, Columbia, SC 29202
When to file
File this request on or before April 15th, or before the original due date of your fiscal year return. If the due date for filing
your return falls on a Saturday, Sunday, or legal holiday, the return is due the next regular working day. This extension
allows you an additional six months to file your return.
If you filed a federal extension
If no Income Tax is due and you have been granted a federal extension of time to file a federal Income Tax return, we will
accept a copy of the federal extension. You do not need to send us a copy of the federal form by the due date of the tax
return. When you file your return, mark the extension box on the SC1040 to indicate you filed a federal extension.
Penalty and interest
This extension allows additional time to file your SC tax return, but not to pay any tax due. You will be charged interest, at
the prevailing federal rates, on any unpaid tax. Interest is applied from the original due date of the tax return to the date of
payment. In addition to the interest, you will be charged a penalty of 0.5% per month for failure to pay at least 90% of the
total tax due by the original due date. The penalty will be imposed on the difference between the amount paid with the
extension and the tax to be paid for the period. A Penalty and Interest Calculator is available on MyDORWAY, our free tax
portal, at dor.sc.gov/calculator.
This extension cannot be processed without proper Social Security Numbers for individuals
or Federal Employer Identification Numbers for S Corporations or Partnerships.
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Tax computation worksheet (Keep for your records.)
Complete the following worksheet to calculate the amount to be paid with this form, if any.
1. $
1. Total state Income Tax..............................................................................................................................
2. $
2. Use Tax due on online, mail-order, or out-of-state purchases..................................................................
3. $
3. Total tax (add line 1 and line 2) ................................................................................................................
4. $
4. South Carolina Income Tax withheld.........................................................................................................
5. $
5. Payment on Declaration of Estimated Tax (including last year's overpayment transferred)......................
6. $
6. Tax credits..................................................................................................................................................
7. $
7. Total credits (add lines 4, 5, and 6)............................................................................................................
8. $
8. Balance due (subtract line 7 from line 3). Enter this amount on the SC4868 as the balance due .............
INSTRUCTIONS
Use SC4868 to request an extension of time to file SC1040 Individual Income Tax return, including a composite return for nonresident
shareholders or partners of an S Corporation, Partnership, or LLC.
Partnerships and Fiduciaries use SC8736 to extend the time to file the SC1065 and SC1041.
If you are an individual:
• Enter the name, address, and SSN for you and your spouse, if applicable.
• Check the box to let us know if this is your first time filing a tax return in SC or your address has changed since you last filed a
return with us.
If you are a composite filer:
• Enter the name, address, and FEIN of the S Corporation, Partnership, or LLC.
• Check the box to let us know if this is your first time filing a tax return in SC or your address has changed since you last filed a
return with us.
• Check the box to let us know you are a composite filer.
Balance due from worksheet
Enter the amount from line 8 of the Tax Computation Worksheet. This amount must be paid in full with the SC4868. An extension of
time to file your tax return will not extend the time to pay your Income Tax.
Filing your tax return
You can file your tax return any time before the extension expires. Mark the extension box on the SC1040 to indicate you filed a
federal or state extension.
Instructions for Tax Computation Worksheet
Complete the worksheet to calculate the amount to be paid with the SC4868.
Line 1: Enter the amount of Income Tax you expect to owe for the current tax year.
Line 2: Enter Use Tax due on online, mail-order, or out-of-state purchases. This line is used by individual filers who are reporting Use
Tax on their individual return rather than using the UT-3. See Individual Income Tax instructions for more information.
Line 4: Enter total amounts of SC withholding from W2, 1099, and/or SC41.
Line 5: Enter amount of Estimated Tax payments paid using SC1040ES or transferred from last year's return.
Line 6: Enter the amount of any applicable tax credits.
Line 8: Enter this amount on the SC4868 as the balance due.
ITIN - Individual Taxpayer Identification Number
If you are a nonresident or resident alien and cannot get an SSN, contact the IRS to apply for an ITIN for the purpose of filing Income
Tax returns. We will accept this number instead of an SSN to process your Individual Income Tax returns. We are unable to process
your return if filed without an SSN or ITIN.
Social Security Privacy Act Disclosure
It is mandatory that you provide your Social Security Number on this tax form if you are an individual taxpayer. 42 U.S.C. 405(c)(2)(C)(i)
permits a state to use an individual's Social Security Number as means of identification in administration of any tax. SC Regulation
117-201 mandates that any person required to make a return to the SCDOR must provide identifying numbers, as prescribed, for
securing proper identification. Your Social Security Number is used for identification purposes.
The Family Privacy Protection Act
Under the Family Privacy Protection Act, the collection of personal information from citizens by the SCDOR is limited to the information
necessary for the SCDOR to fulfill its statutory duties. In most instances, once this information is collected by the SCDOR, it is protected
by law from public disclosure. In those situations where public disclosure is not prohibited, the Family Privacy Protection Act prevents
such information from being used by third parties for commercial solicitation purposes.
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