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Ask Us: Do I have to file my taxes by April 15 this year?

Q: Do I still have to file my taxes by April 15 this year? You're in luck. Because April 15 falls on a Saturday, and because Monday is a holiday in Washington, D.C., due to Emancipation Day, Tax Day is on Tuesday, April 18, this year. According t...

Q: Do I still have to file my taxes by April 15 this year?

You're in luck. Because April 15 falls on a Saturday, and because Monday is a holiday in Washington, D.C., due to Emancipation Day, Tax Day is on Tuesday, April 18, this year.

According to a news release from the IRS, 40 million Americans had not filed their taxes as of Thursday. Revenue service agents will be available 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. local time Saturday to answer last-minute questions from filers.

According to the release, the IRS expects it will receive about 18 million individual tax refunds during the week ending April 15, and expects about 16 million of those will be filed electronically.

The release stated as of April 7, the IRS had processed more than 100 million tax returns and issued more than 80 million refunds. The average refund is $2,851.

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