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5 Last-Minute Tips for Tax Procrastinators

If you expect to file your 2017 tax returns at the last minute, you're not alone. Approximately 40 million Americans waited until the last few days before the deadline to file their tax returns last year, and there's no reason to believe it will be any different by this year's April 17 deadline.

Last year, the week before the federal income tax deadline, I found myself driving to clients' offices to collect money for their 2016

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