UNDATED (WOOD) — If you haven’t done it already, you’re almost out of time: Your 2018 federal and state tax returns are due Monday.
The IRS and Michigan Department of Treasury have resources online to make sure you have all the paperwork you need and know where to send your taxes. Both allow you to e-file or, of course, you can drop hard copies in the mail.
The agencies also have instructions on how to track when you’re going to get your tax refund.
If you’re not going to get the forms done in time, you can file for an extension with both the IRS and the state.
You still have time to file your city tax returns for Albion, Battle Creek, Big Rapids, Grand Rapids, Ionia, Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, Portland and Walker — all those are due April 30.