2014 tax season will start late

For the second year in a row, the start of tax season will be delayed, the Internal Revenue Service announced on Tuesday. Due to the 16-day government shutdown, the IRS says it needs more time to program and test its systems. However, the April 15 due date is not being pushed back.


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