19,000 Wisconsin Residents Still Need To Fill Out 2017 Tax Returns

Roughly 19-thousand Wisconsinites still haven’t filled out their 2017 tax returns, and that means their refunds are about to go away. I R S Spokesman Christopher Miller says on average, those tax refunds are about 865 dollars.  

“So that can really help people make ends meet but you have to file a 2017 tax return before May 17th to get the money if you are in that situation.” 

Miller says that you aren’t alone, and that there is help available online at www.irs.gov if you need to get old tax documents.