Taxpayer Procrastinators Have Until Midnight to File Taxes

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NEW JERSEY -

New Jersey income taxpayers will have some extra time to file their taxes.

On Wednesday, April 18th, the State Treasurer's Office announced that taxpayers have until midnight Wednesday night to file their taxes.

The deadline to file was originally Tuesday, April 17th, but officials opted to extend it following an IRS notice yesterday that extended the federal deadline because of system problems.

State Treasurer Elizabeth Muoio said in a statement that New Jersey did not have issues, but officials wanted to ease any confusion and help taxpayers deal with any burdens.

Muoio added that taxpayers don't need to do anything to receive the extra time.

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