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The Tax Man Cometh...

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It's a day of reckoning, a day of doom, and, for a lucky few with refunds due, a day of joy. Be it what it may, today is Tax Day, and if you are a procrastinator, you might be just putting the finishing touches on your 1040 and getting ready to sign that payment check. If you aren't submitting your taxes online, rest assured there are a few post offices in the area who are ready to handle your last-minute (and we mean last minute!) tax-mailing needs. The USPS is keeping a handful of locations open until midnight so they can collect and postmark your taxes, including Airport Station near LAX, the Pasadena Main Post Office, and the Van Nuys Main Post Office. You can call 1-800-ASK-USPS to find out about the hours of your nearest Post Office, or check a complete listing of extended hours and service limits online here. Happy Tax Day!