Taxes: I didn't file my taxes,..is it too late?
21 April 2017, 01:29 PM
For the last couple of years I've gone to those little H&R Block kiosks at the mall & filed my taxes thru them & they've told me,.."you don't owe anything",.."But you're not getting any refund either",...so,..I figured,..it'd probably wind up being the same... show more For the last couple of years I've gone to those little H&R Block kiosks at the mall & filed my taxes thru them & they've told me,.."you don't owe anything",.."But you're not getting any refund either",...so,..I figured,..it'd probably wind up being the same anyhow,...
So,...what do you think? Update: Yes, I have no kids, no wife, no business, no assets & don't make much $ at all. I just didn't have the $ to give the acct. @ H&R this yr & the date came & went. All the while I was thinking, should I just do like I used to do, which was file my taxes myself & inevitably, they'd send... show more Yes, I have no kids, no wife, no business, no assets & don't make much $ at all.
I just didn't have the $ to give the acct. @ H&R this yr & the date came & went. All the while I was thinking, should I just do like I used to do, which was file my taxes myself & inevitably, they'd send it back to me saying I couldn't add or whatever & that if they didn't hear from me, that they'd make the corrections themselves, so I'd just give 'em whatever, knowing all along that it'd be incorrect.  
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Votes: 16

It is not too late. You can file up to 3 years late.
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