Stung by the IRS on Your 2018 Taxes? Here’s How to Fix It.
By Tobie Stanger
“It’s about the time value of money,” says Eric Bronnenkant, head of tax at Betterment, an online financial adviser. That is, the IRS charges you the interest it would have made on your taxes if you’d paid on time.Read the Original Article
This article originally published April 16th, 2019 on Consumer Reports