For many, this can be one of the most stressful times of year. Time is running out before the 4/18 tax deadline and for those who still have yet to file, the stacks of paperwork are growing, the receipts are perplexing and anxiety levels are through the roof.
It’s 2011 and another tax season is soon upon us. Like other years, this one is sure to see its fair share of income tax procrastinators. Much like yard-work and housecleaning, filing a tax return is something many of us feel comfortable putting off
Now you can say goodbye to lost receipts. And say hello to full refunds on your returns and a simpler way to find and organize your receipts for rebates, insurance or warranties. It’s a first step to getting rid of all the scraps of paper from your wallet and the bottom of your purse and instead, easily accessing them online.
With the April 15 tax deadline less than a month away, it’s time to file – or, for many people, time to find reasons for not filing. Believe it or not, the percentage of the taxpaying population who files late or doesn’t file at all is substantial.