Yes, it is here again, tax time that is. Here in the United States, most everyone is required by law to file a federal income tax return for the previous year with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) which must be postmarked by midnight, April 15 every year. You may also be responsible for State Income Tax as well, and this varies from state to state. Yes, I said most, as there are some exemptions, and you can take a survey on the IRS website by clicking on the link here.
This always leads to long lines at the post offices as people have put off filing, and again, it needs to be postmarked by midnight, April 15. However, this year the filing date has been extended to midnight April 18 so you have a couple of extra days! Efile.com has a table of filing dates which you can view by clicking here. For more in depth information on State Income Tax, you will need to visit the website of your state’s government offices or contact an Income Tax specialist in your area.