Tax deadline: Things to know about filing taxes

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That year, 17 million returns - 11 percent of the tota l- were filed that week.

Whoever hasn't filed their 2014 tax return in the next four days will lose their share.

With only two days until Tax Day, the market has boomed as Bitcoin raised $1,000 dollars, in less than an hour yesterday.

There are a couple of reasons.

AARP Foundation tax service also offers free tax assistance for people 50 years and older who can't afford a tax preparation to file federal and Arizona returns.

And this is where it starts to get complicated.

And, of course, Emancipation Day is meant to remember the emancipation of the slaves by Abraham Lincoln through the Emancipation Proclamation.

Former Forsyth County magistrate and local NAACP president S. Wayne Patterson was one of the businesses owners.

And when Washington, D.C., closes down, it is considered a federal holiday.

Falsely padding deductions: As always, the IRS will be reviewing returns to watch for those taxpayers that are padding deductions in order to pay less tax. They then call the victim to say the refund was deposited in error and give information to forward the money to their collection agency. Otherwise, they will not be picked up until the next day and will be considered late.

You can submit the form electronically through the IRS website before midnight on April 17.

An extension, however, serves to delay only any refund you have coming.

What many people don't know is that you can file an extension. And filing earlier in the season gives you time to more carefully prepare your returns and avoid errors.

And, he added, taxpayers should explore other payment options such as getting a loan or making an installment agreement to make payments.

Paul Joseph of Joseph & Joseph Tax & Payroll in Williamston, Mich., calls the IRA contribution one of the most advantageous things you can do to reduce your tax burden.

WMAZ spoke with a tax director and got some of his tips on what you can do if you haven't filed yet. For the 2015 tax filing year, the IRS indicated that only 802 people had included cryptocurrency gains or losses in their tax filings.