Death and taxes: 2020 saw far too much of the former and delays on the latter, but both remain inevitable and nothing to look forward to (unless you’re getting a refund). Doing your income taxes is a chore, even now that so many of us are are filing electronically.
How many? We found out via a survey on tax habits, preferences, and fears conducted along with our sister site, Offers.com. We asked 1,075 tax-filing adults in the US on February 5, 2021 via Alchemer (formerly SurveyGizmo) about how they’ll handle the tax season and their concerns.
Some respondents (18%) filed early, in January. The majority planned to file taxes in February (43%), while 26% would wait until March. The numbers go down to 9% for April, then get very specific: 2% would file on April 14, and 1% on tax day itself, Thursday, April 15. Another 1% said they’d