Be warned though, the extension is for filing income taxes, not for payments. So if you anticipate owing, you still have to submit a payment. IRS officials recommend 90% or as much as possible.
For taxpayers in Georgia and Alabama who want to mail it, and plan to send it with a payment, mail it to:
Internal Revenue Service
P.O. Box 105050
Atlanta, GA 30348-5050
For those who do not have to send a payment, the address is:
Department of Treasury/Internal Revenue Service Center
Atlanta, GA 39901-0002
Taxpayers in Georgia who need to file an state extension, can avoid sending in a form, because the state of Georgia will accept a federal extension as long as it is postmarked by the April 15th deadline, and you mail in a copy when you do file your state return. However, those who still have a payment obligation, must send the money.