On Friday, the Internal Revenue Service reported that 50 million taxpayers still have yet to file their tax returns. Those who didn't file over the weekend have until the clock strikes midnight Monday to do so.
Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot joined Bryan Nehman in the studio to discuss tax day.
Marylanders have until midnight tonight to file their taxes. If you're afraid you will owe taxes, Franchot stated a few options to help taxpayers out.
"They just need to relax, communicate with us over the website, or the 800-MD-TAXES number, or at one of our 12 branch offices. If at the end of the day, you can't really figure anything out, send me a note." Franchot said. "We'll put you on a liberal payment plan; we have a lot of flexibility as far as interest and penalty payments."
For more information or help filing your tax return, visit the comptroller's website at https://comptroller.marylandtaxes.gov/