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Tax season comes to an end

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ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

Tax season has come to an end.

Folks were still rolling into Liberty Tax Services near Radium Springs Road, Monday night.

The business will stay open right up until midnight.

One worker says it was pretty busy all day as last minute filers came in.

It kind of comes in spurts and waves. One person comes in the door and the next thing you know, the whole lobby is full. Then they leave and it's quiet for a while, next thing you know one person walks through the door and the next wave comes," said Becky Elder.

Nearly 90% of Americans are expected to e-file this year.

It was pretty quiet at Albany's main post office, Monday night, which no longer stations people outside after hours to help people who mail their returns beat the deadline.

 

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