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Last Day To File 2011 Taxes & Get 2011 Refund Is April 15, 2015

Posted by on April 9, 2014
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Last Day To File 2011 Taxes & Get 2011 Refund Is April 15, 2015

In order to receive a 2011 tax refund, your 2011 return needs to be postmarked on April 15, 2015.

The IRS limits the time period you can claim a tax refund to three years. The statute of limitations means the last day to claim a 2010 refund was April 15, 2014. It also means the last day to claim your 2011 refund is quickly approaching.

The very last day you can claim a 2011 Refund is April 15, 2015. 

Luckily, you can prepare your 2011 tax return on PriorTax and still receive your 2011 refund.

Will I Get My 2011 Tax Refund if I mail the 2011 Return on April 15th?

According to the IRS, you must have your 2011 tax return postmarked by midnight on April 15, 2015 in order to receive your 2011 tax refund. That means you CAN NOT prepare your 2011 taxes at 11:59 PM (or whatever your case may be) and place them in the mail after midnight.

The bottom line is- if you mail your 2011 tax return after April 15, 2015, you will not receive your 2011 tax refund.

Can I Prepare my 2011 Tax Return on PriorTax?

If you still need to file a 2011 tax return, you can do so online with PriorTax. Thanks to the user-friendly application you won’t waste hours of your time calculating your 2011 taxes yourself.

Once your 2011 return is completed, the PriorTax team will prepare it. Afterwards, you can then download, print, sign and mail it to the IRS.

Unfortunately, you can not e-file a previous year tax return. You can only e-file a current year tax return.

Don’t hand over your 2011 Refund- File Your Late Taxes Today 

The IRS will keep your 2011 tax refund if you don’t file by April 15, 2014. Why give away your money? Instead,  create an account now on PriorTax, submit your 2011 return and once it’s prepared, drop it in the mail.

Whatever you do…don’t forget the postage!

 4/9/2014 Photo via Rob Stinnett on Flickr

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