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I filed for an extension on April 15 because I think I have made an error in computing my taxes this year. (My refund was a LOT more than it was in 2003, much much more than I expected. So I just wanted time to verify it.) And while I know it's stupid to let the IRS keep my refund for so long, I've just been way too busy for the past couple months to deal with it. So I think my extension expires this Friday (right?).

My questions are:
1. Can I get another extension?
2. If so, how? (Please be specific. I'm really stupid about taxes, as you can probably tell.)

Feel free to make fun of me -- I deserve it. ;) I am going to try to be more on top of things next year....
scolly
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