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Tax Day

Tax Day is April 15. Wan wants to get her taxes done before that date. She does not want to wait until the day they are due. Taxes must be mailed by midnight of April 15th.  People who do not meet the deadline are fined.

 Wan needs two things in order to complete her taxes. She needs the tax form and her W-2 form. Wan gets the easy tax form at the library. Tax forms can also be found at post offices.

Wan got her W-2 form in the mail. Her place of work sent it to her at the end of January. She has what she needs to start working on her taxes. 

Wan reads and follows the directions. She prints her name. The form asks for her first name, middle initial, and last name. She prints her address and her zip code. She writes her Social Security number. She completes the rest of the form. 

Wan is pleased. She has finished the form, and she is getting a refund. She marks the refund box on the tax form. The money will go right into her checking account.

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