With the April 15, 2019 tax deadline just around the corner, the pressure is on for people who still haven’t filed their 2018 taxes.
Financial professional Nick Foulks, from Great Waters Financial, says two of the most common mistakes on tax returns are incorrect social security numbers and bad math.
To help avoid the problem, filers sure to double check their return because errors can cost them lots of money or flag them for an audit.
Whether you file an extension or not, if you owe money to the Internal Revenue Service, the payment is due by 11:59 p.m. on April 15, 2019.
Foulks shares important tips for last-minute filers to help avoid heavy fines and penalties.