Today TaxMama hears from Pam in Texas who has lots of questions. “How many people file this late in the year? Can I still e-file my 2007 return. Will there be any red flag problems?”
Ohh…you want me to work, looking up statistics for you. Sigh. OK.
If I tell you that only 3 people file this late in the year, will that impact your decision to file your tax return?
What’s if I tell it’s 3 million people? OK, in fact last year, over 6.9 million people filed their tax returns after August 10th.
Of course you may still e-file your tax return. You have until October 15th of each year to e-file that year’s return. In fact, for years when October 15th lands on a weekend, you get until the next business day. Better yet, you will still get your rebate check – if you qualify.
And to answer your last question – will filing this late red-flag your return? Since your return will be among millions of procrastinators…filing before the deadline won’t attract any attention.
However, I haven’t a clue about what you put into your tax return. The contents of your return might red-flag it. But…that’s another question for another time.
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