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IRS delays start of 2014 tax filing season by up to two weeks

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The Internal Revenue Service announced Tuesday that the 2014 tax-filing season will be delayed by up to two weeks as a result of the recent partial government shutdown. The delay means taxpayers can start sending their 2013 tax returns in "no earlier than Jan. 28 and no later than Feb. 4," the IRS said. The original start date was Jan. 21. About 90 percent of all IRS operations were shuttered...

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