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When is the Deadline to File Taxes for 2018?

Posted by Manisha Hansraj on September 19, 2018
Last modified: October 16, 2018

deadline to file taxes 2018

Am I too late to file my 2017 taxes?

For taxpayers who are receiving a refund, there’s absolutely nothing to worry about! The IRS does not attach penalties to late returns that have refunds. On the other hand, if you had a tax due to the IRS, you must have paid your taxes to the IRS by the tax deadline which was April 17, 2018 or you will be subject to penalties.

Read on to find out the steps you need to take in order to file your return.

Can I still E-file?

You can no longer e-file your 2017 return since October 15, 2018; the e-file and extension deadline has passed. The 2017 tax year now becomes a prior year return. All prior year returns have to be paper-filed. In order to paper file a tax return, you are required to print, sign and mail your tax return to the IRS.

With Prior Tax, you can easily create an account for your tax year, enter your tax information and submit it to us in order to download, print, sign and mail your tax return.

File 2017 Taxes now

What if I didn’t pay taxes to the IRS?

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Can’t Find Documents to Prepare Past Income Taxes? You Can Still File

Posted by admin on January 21, 2013
Last modified: December 22, 2016

Find out how to file your taxes if you’re missing important tax documents such as W-2s or 1099s.

“Something suddenly came up.” Those were the immortal words with which Marcia Brady famously broke off a date. But they could just as easily describe why lots of taxpayers fail to file a return every year – April sneaks up on you and then, well, something suddenly comes up.

And if you’re a procrastinator, and have put off filing your late taxes for a while, it’s not hard to misplace the important tax documents that you need to file. Once that happens, even if you want to file, how can you possibly get right with the IRS?

Never fear. There are many ways to retrieve copies of the necessary tax documents.

Anyone who worked as an employee somewhere will need a copy of their W-2 [Wage and Tax Statement] in order to file. Thankfully employers are required to keep a copy for at least four years. So if you’ve lost yours, you may be able to get a copy from them. (more…)