Feb 11, 2018
Brian Martin and Amanda Dickson sit down with Susan Speirs, a CPA and board member of the Utah Association of Certified Public Accountants or UACPA, and Shane Stewart, a Certified Financial Planner with Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators or DMBA, to find out what changes in tax law you need to know in 2018 before you file your 2017 IRS returns.
In part seven of our series, Susan Speirs addresses whether you should file an extension or make the deadline. Tax Day, typically April 15, is April 17th this year. That means your tax payment is due on that date, even if you haven't completed your tax return. Some people choose to file extensions, make an estimated payment, and figure it out later. But Susan argues there's no real advantage.
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