Boos rose from the audience after Trump said "Today is tax day that we're celebrating".
If for any reason you can't get them filed by the deadline there are a few options offered.
"The values of the Republican Party that passed those tax cuts are to give $1.5 trillion away to the richest Americans and the biggest corporations, and let everybody else pick up the crumbs", she told CNBC in July.
While the trip was billed as a chance to meet with local business leaders on Tax Day, Minnesota likely will play a crucial role in deciding Trump's chances of winning reelection next fall as well.More news: Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere: "Winterfell" Review
Here's a look at some of the policies Democratic candidates say they want to implement if elected and want to pay for by rolling back the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
Tax payer's can also apply to settle for a smaller amount or request a temporary delay in payment from the IRS.
On the afternoon of Monday, April 15, President Trump made an appearance at Nuss Truck and Equipment in Burnsville, Minnesota. And the President celebrated the resurgent iron ore industry in northern Minnesota, recalling a crying worker who thanked him.
Nuss (right) tells Trump how excited his employees were when they learned of the president's planned visit. A recent NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll found just 17% of people thought their taxes would go down.More news: [Teams] Watford vs Arsenal: Confirmed Line-Ups from Vicarage Road
Those disparities, and anecdotes about taxpayers getting hit by certain provisions of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, is sparking debate about whether the tax overhaul is delivering the benefits promised by GOP lawmakers.
Trump says incorrectly that he enacted the largest package of tax cuts in history. How is that possible when the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center estimated that two out of three Americans would see a tax reduction? According to Mother Jones, a campaign aide for the New Jersey Democrat said reforms to the federal estate and inheritance tax could fund Booker's plan to provide every newborn in the US with a $1,000 savings account until they turn 18 with more money going toward lower-income families. The average tax break for the top 1 percent was $62,000 in 2018, according to Time. It doubled the standard deduction and enhanced the child tax credit.
Walz, who has released his taxes dating back to when he ran for Congress in 2006, posted redacted copies of all those returns on an official state web page devoted to "open government."
Along with discussions on taxes, trade and the economy, Trump also expressed his shock and sadness for the massive fire that was devastating the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris - calling the blaze something "that is beyond country, it's beyond everything".More news: AP sources Pelicans hiring former Cavs GM Griffin