According to federal law, District of Columbia holidays impact tax deadlines in the same way that federal holidays do; therefore, all taxpayers will have two extra days to file this year.
What many people don't know is that you can file an extension.
Both the Rockingham County Sheriff's office and the Staunton Police Department said they have received complaints from people who are getting scam calls.
The returns - for the tax years 2011 to 2016 - caused the federal government to pay their clients $232,009 in bogus refunds, the feds say. "This penalty is larger than for not paying any balance due", advised Gil Charney, director at The Tax Institute at H&R Block. Felder-Ruiz works for him as a tax preparer, authorities said. The failure-to-file penalty can be as much as 25% of taxes due.
You can do that by filling out the IRS 4868 form.
The most popular planned use of tax refunds, coming in at 43%, is adding the money to their savings.
"It will give you the time to get everything together, maximize your deductions and go ahead and file it and have it taken care of", said Byron Smith, a Shareholder at Gregory, Sharer & Stuart, CPAs.
Tax refunds from four years ago are gone for good after Tuesday. While this is nearly certainly smaller than the actual number of people experiencing these events, it may not be an accurate comparison for the 2017 tax year because of the vast differences in popularity of the cryptocurrency space between those periods. Then, subtract this year's withholdings and estimated payments you made over the course of the year, and send the difference to the IRS this year.