The Complete Last-Minute Tax Guide
Tax Day falls on April 18 this year, so you now have less than a week to get your taxes filed if you haven’t already. GOBankingRates has numerous resources to help you get your taxes filed in time — so no need to panic just yet!
How To File Taxes at the Last Minute
Make sure you know what you have to file and when, plus what you can still do to reduce your tax bill this year.
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What To Do If You Need Help
If you have a complicated tax situation — or just feel overwhelmed — you may need some extra help to get your taxes filed on time.
- What To Do If You Need Last-Minute Professional Tax Help
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What To Do If You Need More Time
You may opt to file a tax extension, which will give you until Oct. 17 to file your taxes. It’s important to note that this is an extension to file, not an extension to pay any taxes owed.
- Taxes 2022: 3 Ways You Can File An Extension
- How To Get a Last-Minute Tax Extension
- The Pros and Cons of Filing for a Tax Extension
More Tax Resources
If you have more questions regarding last-minute filing, be sure to check out GOBankingRates’ Complete Tax Resource Center. Plus, here’s a look at some of our most popular tax content with more helpful info:
- 5 Things To Know About How the Stimulus Checks Can Affect Your Taxes
- Here’s the Average IRS Tax Refund Amount by State
- Most Americans Think They’re Taking All Their Entitled Deductions — Are You?
- How To Avoid Paying Taxes Legally — and the 11 Craziest Ways People Have Done It
- IRS Tax Brackets: Here’s How Much You’ll Pay in 2022 on What You Earned in 2021
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