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Tax day information

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DETROIT (WJBK) -

Tax day is here.  Everything you need to know is on the http://www.irs.gov/ web site.

If you haven't done your taxes yet and need to file an extension, you'll need to get your hands on FORM 4868.

Information here:

Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File US ...
www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f4868.pdf ... record. You can get IRS forms by calling 1-800-TAX-FORM (1-800-829- 3676). You can also download forms at IRS.gov.

If you cannot pay what you owe you may be able to work out a deal.  Call 1-800-829-1040.

Play the video in the player to get more information about extensions and modifications as Murray Feldman interviews Luis Garcia from the IRS.

Need a post office? 

Use the link below to browse a full list of post offices location throughout metro Detroit, including those with extended Tax Day hours.

Online: https://tools.usps.com


Also, several local businesses are giving out Tax Day freebies and deals.

- At Arby's, get a free curly fry or potato cakes by printing out a coupon here
- At Cinnabon, get two free Cinnabon bites per customer
- At Chili's, get a free appetizer or dessert with purchase of an entree (print coupon here)
- At Boston Market, get two-for-one on its new rib dinners
- At Bruegger's Bagels, get $3.50 off its big box of 13 bagels.


 

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