Tomorrow (April 16) is also the deadline to return your completed 2010 U.S. Census form. If you received a form by mail, you are required to return it; otherwise, a government worker will knock on your door in May to collect the information! There’s more information about why the census is important on this official website. Census data is fascinating — on the North Carolina page, you can learn that our state’s population grew by over 1million people between 2000 and 2008. In that time, the number of fast-food restaurants increased by almost 50%, while the number of toy stores decreased. Any sociologists want to comment on that ..?
Two deadlines this week
April 15, 2010 by Nigel Caplan
ave to file a federal and/or state income tax return (and even most international students do), then make sure you get to the post office today, or file online. The April 15 deadline is for your return to be postmarked — that means the post office must stamp it today, even if the IRS (the Internal Revenue Service, the government unit that collects taxes) doesn’t get your form for another day or two.