The federal government is having a neighborly issue. You know the one, the tidy-whitey and scratching neighbor that comes out to get his newspaper the exact same time you are leaving for work. Sorry Mr Rogers, I can't say "can you be my neighbor?" because it's already too late. Appropriations does not affect him or the federal tax law, and all taxpayers should continue to meet their tax obligations as normal. Individuals and businesses should keep filing their tax returns and making deposits with the IRS.
The Internal Revenue Service still expects tax payments to come in on schedule. That means the Oct. 15 deadline remains in effect for people who requested a six-month extension to file their tax return. People with extensions in parts of Colorado affected by severe storms, flooding, landslides and mudslides also have more time, until Dec. 2, 2013, to file and pay.
Check to see if you qualify for these and other often-overlooked credits and deductions:
For further information, visit irs.gov or call us at 347-464-9153.
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