April 15. Its inevitable arrival hangs over many Americans — particularly the procrastinating kind — like a tax form-shaped guillotine ready to lop off your head, or at least your bank balance. And if you think preparing one set of tax returns is a lot of work, imagine what it would be like to be responsible for a few hundred, particular during this current shortened season of new laws and less time to get things done.
Take a deep breath. It’s OK.
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