AP: Much-needed tax refunds delayed from Ga. to Calif.


ATLANTA (AP) – Colin Daymude was out of work last year after his business failed and eagerly filed his taxes in mid-January, figuring he’d get his refund sooner. He was wrong.

It took the 44-year-old entrepreneur more than six months to get his $1,300 check-money that he needed to pay living expenses while he worked a few side gigs.

Tax day-April 15-has long since come and gone, but sharp budget cuts and falling revenues have forced many states to delay income tax returns for months-and left taxpayers longing for their money

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