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March 20, 2015

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Robert J. Mackle, Esq.

One small issue: You stated that if you are getting a refund, you don't need to file an extension. This is not good advice. Case: You filed the return late, receive your refund, no penalty. However, if subsequently the return is audited or adjusted, resulting in an amount due, the late filing penalty would apply to that new assessment. Bottom line: File the extension.

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