Guam - Food news for tax filers: this year you'll have a few extra days to get your taxes in order. The Internal Revenue Service has made the tax deadline for this year April 18 rather than the 15th due to a holiday in the District of Columbia.
But Department of Revenue & Taxation director John Camacho is urging residents not to procrastinate and come in early to avoid the long lines anticipated next week. "My best advice is to try and come early and avoid the crowd and also if you're not filing on the due date, then at least file an extension which gives you an automatic six-month extension," he explained.
Rev & Tax is planning to put out tents in the parking lot next Friday and next Monday for those who simply need to file their tax returns. For those who need to pay, they will need to visit the Treasurer of Guam.
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