filing, income tax filing, extension | April 16, 2014
OK – you came running down the pier, your financial baggage in hand, expecting to jump on the ship that leaves promptly at midnight. Your ticket requires a filed income tax return, but for whatever reason, you weren’t able to do that. Maybe that W-2 you were banking on just didn’t show up in time; maybe your son at college decided to do his own taxes and you lost the exemption; maybe the time just got away from you. No matter.
What matters is, the SS IRS is pulling away from the dock, and you haven’t made it to the gangplank yet.
income tax filing, extension | April 15, 2014
In football, few deadline situations are more critical than the fourth down. The offensive team’s had three previous chances to advance, but it’s all come down to the last, all-out attempt that can keep their game alive. And when that fourth down is at the goal line, it’s even more critical.
If you look at your calendar for a moment, you’ll see you may have just that situation inside that big, red circle around April 15. For those taxpayers who may owe tax due, the final whistle blows at midnight – and there is no overtime.