The tax filing deadline is approaching more quickly than you might think, and several ABC News correspondents, a tax accountant and an IRS spokesman have advice to make the process as painless and fine-free as possible.
WASHINGTON — The deadline for filing your income tax returns is April 17, which is really not as much time as it sounds.
The big changes in the tax law passed last fall mostly don’t kick in until tax time next year, but there are still a few things to keep in mind as crunch time approaches.
ABC News correspondents Scott Goldberg and Daria Albinger have hosted another series of tax tips to help get taxpayers ready for the big day. Here are some of their most valuable tips:
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