The 2011 extended tax deadline was October 15th and while many scrambled to make the tax deadline, some of you may have missed it and are wondering what to do. Don’t worry! If you missed the extended tax deadline, here are answers to 5 of your burning questions to help you figure out what to do next.
If you didn’t have time to file by the April tax deadline, chances are you filed for an extension. Even though you filed an extension, does it feel like that October extension deadline came out of nowhere? Time can get away from us and even those extra six months can fly by and leave you scrambling come October. If so, here a few tips to help take some of the stress out of this tax deadline.
Teachers and students all said goodbye to the lazy days of summer and headed back to school this fall. Are you one of the many teachers who filed a tax extension last spring, intending to file your taxes this summer? October 15 is the final tax deadline. As you gather together your paperwork for 2011, don’t forget the educator expense tax deduction.
Things were so crazy in the spring so you couldn’t quite get around to filing your tax return. Either way, your best move was to file an extension. Your timely filed extension changes your deadline to file from April 17 to October 15. Find out what to do next.
As autumn is approaching here in the United States, there’s another milestone coming up soon. October 15- the deadline for filing your 2011 tax return. Besides procrastination, some are delaying getting their taxes completed because they are worried about getting them done correctly. Fortunately there are ways to help with both.
As the April 17 tax deadline approaches, there are many taxpayers who haven’t filed because they think they may owe money. If you are one of those people, here’s my Number One Tax Tip: file your tax return by the deadline. Here are more tax tips if you can’t pay.
The tax deadline is almost here and with the final tax deadline (April 17th) comes tax procrastination and common misconceptions about filing extensions. The reasons taxpayers file extensions vary, but one common misconception regarding extensions is they are extensions to pay tax liability. If you are planning to file an extension because you owe money (or think you do), think again. Find out more here.
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