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April Means Tax Time Approaching

The calendar has turned to April, and for most of us, that means it’s time to think about out taxes. You only have a couple of weeks to get those forms in, if you haven’t already. If you are one of those last minute filers, and do so with the old fashioned paper forms, you may not find them at the library anymore. Internal Revenue Service spokesman Michael Tucker II says the best way to get them is online…

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The booklets aren’t available anymore, either, to save on printing costs, but that information is also available online, although you might want to just read it instead of printing it all out. There is some good news for procrastinators this year, though. The deadline is April 18 instead of the usual April 15…

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If you file electronically, you have until midnight that night. If you need to get the returns in the mail, they must be postmarked by April 18, which means likely mailing them before 5pm.

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