Residents file taxes before deadline


Residents visited the Washington Court House income tax department on Tuesday - Tax Day - to file before deadline. With the usual annual Tax Day (April 15) falling on a Sunday and Monday, April 16 being recognized as Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., it was decided to push Tax Day back one more day to help accommodate the public.

Residents visited the Washington Court House income tax department on Tuesday - Tax Day - to file before deadline. With the usual annual Tax Day (April 15) falling on a Sunday and Monday, April 16 being recognized as Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., it was decided to push Tax Day back one more day to help accommodate the public.


Residents visited the Washington Court House income tax department on Tuesday – Tax Day – to file before deadline. With the usual annual Tax Day (April 15) falling on a Sunday and Monday, April 16 being recognized as Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., it was decided to push Tax Day back one more day to help accommodate the public.

Residents visited the Washington Court House income tax department on Tuesday – Tax Day – to file before deadline. With the usual annual Tax Day (April 15) falling on a Sunday and Monday, April 16 being recognized as Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., it was decided to push Tax Day back one more day to help accommodate the public.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/04/web1_Waiting-in-line-to-pay-taxes-4-17-2018.jpgResidents visited the Washington Court House income tax department on Tuesday – Tax Day – to file before deadline. With the usual annual Tax Day (April 15) falling on a Sunday and Monday, April 16 being recognized as Emancipation Day in Washington D.C., it was decided to push Tax Day back one more day to help accommodate the public.