Time is running out to file your taxes.
The extended filing deadline is Wednesday and tax experts say you’ll need to get an appointment immediately.
Nancy Steward with H&R Block in Osage Beach and Camdenton.
She tells KRMS News if you’re filing for the first time with children, there are a few items you’ll need to remember.
Steward says the tax deadline is not being changed again and if you fail to file by Wednesday, you will be flagged by the IRS the same as if it were the original April date.
The IRS is still processing and issuing refunds, most within 21 days. Those getting refunds will be paid interest, dating back to April 15, if they file on time. The interest rate is 5% per year through June 30. Starting July 1, it drops to 3% per year. The interest is compounded daily for refunds. Any refund issued after July 1 will get a blended rate.