Tax Day

The extension is the second date change since the coronavirus upended American life.
Donald Trump and the GOP have their sights on tax cuts that will benefit the uber-wealthy and the president himself.
The demonstrations were among the largest since the Women's March.
To many people, Tax Day is simply a race to get your papers in order, claim your deductions and hope for a refund. But for
Their message: Let's see those tax returns, Mr. President.
Sure, it feels patriotic to BBQ on our day off and light fireworks we hope won't start a brush fire, but it's little more than consumerism wrapped in the seasonal marketing of nationalism. But fear not! If you wanna put your patriotism to the test, we've got just the thing for you.
While potentially daunting, it's unlikely an audit or legal notice awaits you. There is, however, one nightmare that could still stand between you and your refund. It has nothing to do with cheating on your taxes or any other factor over which you exercise any control.
Congratulations! You successfully finished your 2015 taxes and can now breathe a sigh of relief. But before you throw all of your tax documents stashed into a pile in the drawer or in the trash, it's important to know which documents you should keep in a safe and secure place, and for how long.
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One of the largest corporate tax expenditures is the "deferral of income from controlled foreign corporations," which allows