Remember back in the day when on "tax filing" day there would be long lines at the post offices, bands would be playing in the streets in front of post offices and mail boxes would be jam-packed and in need of emptying every couple of hours? Those days are gone. The tax filing deadline came and went with hardly a notice. Taxpayers had until midnight last night to get their tax returns
(KTVB) April 15 is typically the day that millions of Americans rush to file their income taxes before the deadline. That isn't the case this year, as the deadline for filing taxes has moved. April 15 fell on a Sunday this year. While that would normally mean that the filing date would move to Monday, this year provided a quirk that moved the deadline to Tuesday, April 17...
Taxes are due next Tuesday which means procrastinators still have some time left to figure out if they can get a bigger refund. Every year thousands of Idahoans rush to file their taxes to meet the deadline. This year it's on April 17. The Idaho State Tax Commission reports that nearly half of individual tax returns have yet to be filed. Tax preparer Tom Brown says you might want to watch out f
If you waited until the last minute to file your taxes, that minute is here. Taxes are due in the mail by midnight. The United States Postal Service will continue to postmark tax forms until 11:59 p.m. tonight.