The Sacramento Taxpayers Association, which successfully persuaded the Sacramento Metropolitan Fire District to drop its proposed charge this year, is making a similar legal argument against the one under consideration in Carmichael, which would bill the average homeowner $45 a year.

Don’t wait until midnight to mail state and federal tax returns because there will be nobody at Sacramento post offices to receive the documents this year.

With Tuesday’s deadline for filing state/federal income taxes, United Way and others are offering last-minute online and one-on-one help.

Chalk up another tradition ending because of the Internet: late night drop-off of income tax returns on April 15 is no more.

The state Board of Equalization said Monday that it is returning about $27.6 million in cash deposits to more than 5,000 businesses in California and outside the state.

For state and federal taxes, the April 15 deadline is just days away. Some last-minute filing tips for those who’ve procrastinated – and what to do if you can’t pay what you owe.

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