American taxpayers hoped the combination of IRS delays and sequester cuts that impacted IRS resources would push the April 15 deadline back in these tough tax times. To taxpayers’ dismay, however, the IRS has announced that they would hold the line on Tax Day. As a result, this year’s abbreviated tax season only had about 10 weeks between the time e-file opened until the April 15 deadline. This shortened filing window placed taxpayers in an even bigger time crunch to complete their taxes. Fortunately, eSmart Tax has an incredible deal for taxpayers that need extra time to file. For the first time in eSmart Tax history, the online tax preparation company is offering no-cost extension filing for everyone.