The deadline to file your taxes is tomorrow, April 17th.
If you paid taxes last year and need more time this year, filing for an extension may give you until October 15 to file without penalty. Any tax liability is still due by the April 17 deadline.
Kona Ice: Has free shaved ice for you, come Tuesday.
Also, you all may be are wondering then why the Tax day 2018 isn't on 16 April then you all should know that on 16 April whole nation celebrates Emancipation Day to mark the date that President Abraham Lincoln freed slaves there in 1862.
Bruegger's Bagels: Through April 17, get a Big Bagel Bundle for $10.40 with a downloadable coupon at participating locations. Find a truck near you. The deal is running at participating locations only, and isn't valid with any other discounts, offers or promotions. Get more info here.
Hydromassage/Planet Fitness: Is letting people treat themselves to a free HydroMassage at any of the more than 1,500 Planet Fitness locations nationwide. De-stressers need only bring in a coupon available on PlanetFitness.com (starting April 14) before relaxing their cares away. If you're already a member, you'll automatically receive a buy one, get one free sandwich deal in the app to redeem April 17.
Boston Market: Dine in-restaurant April 17 to purchase the $10.40 Tax Day Meal Special, while supplies last.
Cinnabon: You probably shouldn't eat all your tax-related feelings, so two free Cinnabon Bites is just about the right portion.
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