tax deadline

Ah, spring. As you watch the trees and flowers blossom, your thoughts turn to warmer weather and the arrival of your income tax refund check. Perhaps you have already made plans to spend those funds on a home improvement project or a luxurious weekend getaway.
The April 18 tax deadline is fast approaching, but if you haven't filed yet, there's no need to panic. While more than half of taxpayers have already filed their returns, each year about 20 percent wait until the last couple weeks to file.
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With the April 15 tax deadline getting close, consider trying these five strategies that may help you lower your 2014 taxes, enhance your retirement readiness and help you get more organized for 2015.
A balance owed to the IRS could result in large fines and put a ding on your credit report. So if you missed the tax deadline, be sure to follow these steps to hopefully avoid most of these consequences.
No matter the reasons behind your decision to not file your taxes by April 15, the sooner you buckle down and do it, the better off you will be, and a weight will be lifted off of your shoulders.
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HuffPost Live talks taxes! With Monday's deadline fast approaching, we bring you the tips that will get you across that final tax finish line.
HuffPost Live talks taxes! With Monday's deadline fast approaching, we bring you the tips that will get you across that final tax finish line.
Tax Day is only a few days away. If you don't think you'll have your forms prepared on time, you'll need to file for an extension