Monday, April 16, 2007
The IRS are the nicest people ever!
The Internal Revenue Service said late Monday that people directly affected by the nor'easter that hit the Northeast will get to a two-day extension for filing their 2006 tax returns. Impacted taxpayers will have until midnight Thursday, April 19, to file their taxes.
"Because this unusually forceful storm hit within 24 hours of the filing deadline, we are giving affected taxpayers 48 additional hours," IRS Commissioner Mark Everson said, according to the Associated Press.
In order to avoid incurring late fees, affected taxpayers should mark their paper tax returns with the words "April 16 Storm," the IRS said. E-filers can use their software's "disaster" feature, if available.
Off the subject (sorry!) but I have to give credit where it's due. You're one of the only gay blogs that didn't gleefully show heterophobic death wishes (as well as anti-Irish or anti-Jewish sentiments) for the now vindicated Duke 3. Too many gay blogs (including Towleroad) revealed themselves as ugly as......well, Durham County, NC, with that case (and, of course, are hiding from it now that it looks like everything from Finnerty's "queer-bashing" to the "rape" wasn't what they'd hoped it was). Thanks for not joining the lynch mob.Post a Comment