Tax season has officially begun, and the IRS will begin accepting returns beginning Monday.
The IRS said, If your return contains no errors or red flags, your refund should be delivered within 21 days if you file electronically and opt to have the money directly deposited in your bank account.
Taxes are due by April 18 since April 15 falls on a Saturday and Emancipation Day, a holiday observed in Washington, D.C., is April 17.
If you request an extension, you’ll have until October 16 to file your return.
Your employer is required to send you a W-2 by Jan. 31.