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Planning Your 2013 Tax Calendar
When it comes to annual tax planning, many of us just have one date marked on our calendar: April 15, the date U.S. federal tax returns need to be submitted electronically or postmarked, in the mail, and on their way to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
What are the other significant dates on the federal tax calendar? We consulted H&R Block to learn which dates you should consider penciling in to make sure you’re on top of your tax game this year. From estimated tax payments to extension-filing deadlines, here are some of the key federal tax dates