According to IRS.gov , you have two extra days to file your tax returns this year.
Your employer will have until the end of January to mail out your W-2 forms. So please, make sure you’ve updated your address with your employer(s).
The countdown for 2018 tax season starts on Jan. 29 and will end on April 17.
The standard deadline to file your taxes is on April 15.
But this year, tax day falls on a Sunday. Ideally the due date would move to April 16.
However, this year the District of Columbia will be closed to observe its local holiday Emancipation Day.
And thanks to this little twist in DC’s federal holiday system you have two more days to get your taxes in order.