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What A Financial Planner Learned From Missing A Tax Filing Deadline

Shutterstock I wish I’d never filed an extension on my personal income taxes. It’s become a bad habit. The IRS allows you to file a six-month extension every year, if you so choose. If you file a request for an extension by the normal filing deadline of April 15 and have [...]
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