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Extended Tax Deadline Approaching

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 tax deadline was extended until July 15th, 2020. This is a reminder to all of our clients that their tax is due to be paid within the next 15 days. If you haven't filed your taxes yet this year, and won't be ready before July 15th, please contact us below so that we can do an extension or estimate.

**Reminder**: Even if an extension is filed, tax owed is still due to be paid by July 15th, 2020, otherwise interest and penalties can occur.

Denton Office: Lily Winnett 940-382-4311 ext. 403

Flower Mound Office: Amy Frenzel 940-382-4311 ext 412 -OR- Jacob Oas 940-382-4311 ext 405.

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