Most people have forms necessary to begin working on returns
By Kelly Cantrall
Wednesday, February 2, 2011 at 4:00 am (Updated: February 2, 6:31 am)
Some people will have to wait to file taxes this year, but everyone is getting an extra weekend to complete the task before the deadline.
A minority of people won’t be able to file their taxes until Feb. 14 because of Congress’ late decision on tax legislation, which has pushed back the computer updates the Internal Revenue System needs to handle some tax filings.
However, this year’s tax deadline is April 18, not April 15, because of Emancipation Day, a holiday recognized in Washington, D.C., that falls on April 15.
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