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Then, Congress moved it to March 15, 1918 and then again to April 15, 1955.
Just fill out form 4868, and you get six months of extra time, making your new tax deadline October 15. First, April 15th fell on a Sunday and second, a holiday unique to DC falls on Monday the 16th.
Rauschenberger says in North Dakota 85 percent of taxes were filed electronically, because it's easier and faster for some, including Jim Schulz. But with the IRS getting better at stopping that - it flags accounts where multiple refunds are sent - the thieves are changing tactics.
Yes, it's crunch time but try not to rush.
"We prepare for this time of year", Butler said.
Instead, carefully gather and enter your Social Security number, income information and banking information, if needed.More news: ZTE suspends trading on stock market following United States and UK bans
There are some circumstances in which your refund may take longer. While he has been trying to explain what will be different to people who have questions, he said it was too early to say for sure how tax returns would look in 2019.
Procrastinators, don't despair. There is still time to file your taxes - but not much.
William Perez, senior tax accountant at Visor told Moneyish, "The most efficient way to file an extension is to fill out and mail in Form 4868 which can be downloaded directly from the official IRS website".
Other payment options include paying by credit card, by mail or by a bank withdrawal set up through a third party, such as a tax professional or a software program.
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Filing a tax extension is free.
After that time has passed, it is highly unlikely you'll receive a refund.
A warning: Even with a payment plan, you'll continue to see interest and some penalties accrue on your balance owed until you've paid off what you owe. They can help file you taxes or ask for an extension. And identity theft remains a common problem.