If you haven’t filed your tax returns yet, time is running out.
You now only have 12 days to file your taxes.
According to H&R Block, nearly one in three taxpayers wait until April to file their tax returns.
Loretta Brynza of H&R Block’s downtown Wheeling office said the new tax code has a lot of people waiting.
“I think the biggest reason for a lot of people is that they don’t feel like they have all their paperwork or that they feel like they owe,and that makes them kind of afraid to come in and see how much that may be, but we can help them with that,” said Brynza.
Brynza wants to remind taxpayers that even those that get an extension still have to pay their tax liability or face penalties that could cost them more.