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Albany tax business uses pajama party to manage tax day stress

Tatina Tucker, Liberty Tax General Manager Tatina Tucker, Liberty Tax General Manager
Liberty Tax on Oakridge and Radium Springs will host an all night pajama party Monday night to help last minute filers send their returns Liberty Tax on Oakridge and Radium Springs will host an all night pajama party Monday night to help last minute filers send their returns
ALBANY, GA (WALB) -

A local tax business has found a unique way to handle the stress that comes on April 15th.

Liberty Tax on Oakridge is hosting an all night pajama party Monday. Accountants went to work at 9am, and won't close until Midnight Tuesday.

The General Manager said the party, with plenty of pizza, soda and snacks, is a fun way to help people enjoy tax season

"We're actually having a karaoke party as well," said Tatina Tucker, Liberty Tax General Manager. "So what we've decided is anyone who comes in tonight if they do karaoke, they get $50 off their tax returns (laughs)."

Tucker said her offices have seen more early filers this year than in previous years. But her office has still had plenty of last minute returns.

The deadline to send returns or file an extension without penalty is Tuesday by midnight.       

 

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