Tomorrow is the last day to file your 2019 taxes if you haven’t already done so. State Revenue Commissioner Cynthia Bauerly encourages you to file electronically.   She says e-filing and choosing direct deposit for any return is the most convenient way to get your refund and the easiest way to file:

“Last year over 90-percent of taxpayers filed their taxes electronically. All of that software is available and out there for you to use for this July 15th filing deadline as well.”

The tax deadline was extended due to the COVID-19 pandemic.