Today (Monday) is the deadline for filing your federal income tax returns.
I-R-S spokesman, Christopher Miller, says they’re expecting many people to file at the deadline based on the nationwide numbers thus far.
If you are filing your return today, Miller says simple things often cause problems — like transposed numbers or letters. He says any mix up in the names and numbers will slow down the processing of your return. Miller says it’s especially important to write in the correct information on paper returns. There are still many people who choose to file paper instead of electronic returns.
Many people have already filed their returns and gotten refunds back. Miller says anyone with questions on filing can go to the I-R-S website at: IRS.gov.