Tax season is finally coming to an end which means it’s crunch time! If you haven’t filed your return yet, you may be experiencing some symptoms of panic or stress. Well just so you know, April is Stress Awareness Month. We’re here to help you relax and give you tips on how to reduce your tax-time stress. And remember: the deadline to timely file your 2015 income tax return is April 18!
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Listening to music is an easy, convenient and extremely effective stress management tool. Slow tempo music helps quiet your mind and relax your muscles. Here are some of our favorite playlists to help you unwind.
- Relax your body and mind with this three hour playlist soothing ocean sounds.
- This evening mediation music features a calming instrumental composition for complete serenity.
- For total relaxation, enjoy the uplifting energy of this playlistfeaturing a romantic piano melody, a soothing violin and peaceful cello notes.
- If you need some feel-good tunes to help you concentrate on getting your tax documents organized, check out our blog 15 Playlists to Get You Motivated For Tax Time.
A little help never hurts, especially when it comes to taxes. If filing your own return online gets complicated, professional tax preparers are right around the corner! Our parent company, Liberty Tax, has the best tax professionals in the industry and they’ll always help a tax filer in need. Find an office near you and get your questions answered.
If there’s just no way you can submit your tax return by April 18, you may want to consider filing for an extension. You can do this online for free with DIY Tax! A tax extension allows you extra time to file your return, but it does not give you extra time to pay the taxes you owe. Learn more about extensions here.