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IRS: 90,000 Kansans file six-month tax return extensions

  • The Wichita Eagle
  • Published Friday, April 25, 2014, at 10:59 a.m.

The IRS said Friday that it expects to receive about 90,000 late federal tax returns from Kansas taxpayers.

IRS spokesman Michael Devine said in an e-mail to The Eagle that the late returns are expected to be received by Oct. 15 from Kansans who filed a 6-month extension.

Devine also said that 93 percent of Kansans who filed their federal tax returns as of April 18 did so electronically.

The number of paper returns from Kansas are down by 20 percent from a year ago, he said.

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