Though it’s not officially the end of Spring just yet, the Memorial Day weekend is traditionally the first holiday that kicks off the upcoming summer months. The weather is warm, the school year is near its end, and tax season is completed – that’s if you filed your tax return by the original IRS
If you chose to exercise your right to submit a tax extension, then don’t forget about filing before the extended due dates to avoid IRS penalties. For more information about extended IRS deadlines and penalties, check out the latest of our insightful, easy-read blogs:
For those of you who are caught up with their tax filings, but still have a tax bill to pay, make sure to complete your payments as soon as possible. At the very least, there should be some payment plan you have set up with the IRS to avoid piling up late fees. You can read more about paying tax liabilities with these blogs:
A lot of you may be “summer ready” – so are we – but don’t let it neglect your tax responsibilities.
In proper observance of Memorial Day, our offices will be closed on Monday, May 30, 2016, with limited email assistance available through [email protected]. We will reopen on the following business day during our normal hours of 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST – you can contact us regarding extension e-filing at (803) 514-5155.
Have a safe and fun Memorial Holiday!