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Find a post office and get some freebies on this Tax Day

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  • Tax day information

    Tax day information

    Monday, April 15 2013 10:04 AM EDT2013-04-15 14:04:28 GMT
    Tax day is here.  Everything you need to know is on the http://www.irs.gov/ web site. If you haven't done your taxes yet and need to file an extension, you'll need to get your hands on FORM 4868.
    Tax day is here.  Everything you need to know is on the http://www.irs.gov/ web site. If you haven't done your taxes yet and need to file an extension, you'll need to get your hands on FORM 4868.
ROYAL OAK, Mich. (WJBK) -

Uncle Sam comes calling on this day every year, but that doesn't stop thousands from waiting until the last minute to file their taxes.

The IRS says a number of Americans now file their tax returns electronically, but for those who still use the postal service, FOX 2 is working for you.

Use the link below to browse a full list of post offices location throughout metro Detroit, including those with extended Tax Day hours.

Online: https://tools.usps.com


Also, several local businesses are giving out Tax Day freebies and deals.

- At Arby's, get a free curly fry or potato cakes by printing out a coupon here
- At Cinnabon, get two free Cinnabon bites per customer
- At Chili's, get a free appetizer or dessert with purchase of an entree (print coupon here)
- At Boston Market, get two-for-one on its new rib dinners
- At Bruegger's Bagels, get $3.50 off its big box of 13 bagels.

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