March 28, 2016
Tax Director Don Zidik pointed out to the Washington Post some of the ways that procrastinators can still benefit from professional tax help before April 15.
By Jonnelle Marte
If you haven't hired a tax pro by now, you may be out of luck. This year, tax returns and taxes are due April 18, meaning Tax Day is officially three weeks away.
That doesn’t mean you should wait until after the tax deadline to seek help, says Donald Zidik, an accountant with Marcum LLP in Needham, Mass. A tax pro may still be able to help you get started with other processes that need to be completed by the tax deadline, such as IRA contributions, he says.