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November 30, 2022

Opening Day of Tax Season Less Than a Month Away

Yesterday the IRS released some important dates for the upcoming tax season including the official start date: January 19, 2016.

Also worth noting is that for 2016, the most overrated tax deadline of the year is April 18th because the District of Columbia will celebrate Emancipation Day on April 15th.

This means auditors will have 3 extra days of reminding loved ones that they can't help them with their taxes.

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