Tax day is less than 15 days away. If you haven’t started getting your paper work in order to file taxes, it may be time to consider an extension. But what is a tax extension and how do you file for one?
We found an informative article that breaks down what to do if you need more time and how to file for a tax extension. It covers everything from filing your paperwork, and the forms you need to file an extension to getting your book keeping in order to make tracking expenses easier.
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