Form 4868N is used to filed a Nebraska state tax extension.
Any individual making a tentative tax payment and/or wanting more time to file a Nebraska income tax return, must file a Nebraska Application for Automatic Extension of Time, Form 4868N. The requirement to file Form 4868N is waived if the Nebraska tax return is e-filed through a paid tax preparer. Married couples that file separate returns, who both want an extension of time, must each complete a separate Form 4868N. Blanket extensions are not granted.
If a federal extension of time has been granted, the filing date for Form 1040N is automatically extended for the same period. When you file your Nebraska income tax return, if not e-filing through a paid tax preparer, you must:
• Send a copy of the Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File, Federal Form 4868; or
• Attach an explanation that you received an automatic federal extension electronically; and
• Include your federal confirmation number.
Taxpayers using an online software product or NebFile should mail the above information to Nebraska Department of Revenue, PO Box 94818, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-4818, after filing. Paper filers must attach the extension information to the paper return.