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Trump Pushes Tax Day Back to July Over Coronavirus

Mediaite Friday, 20 March 2020
Trump Pushes Tax Day Back to July Over CoronavirusPresident Donald Trump instructed the Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin to push back the U.S. tax day from April to July, Friday, in response to to coronavirus crisis.
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News video: Tax Day is moved to July 15th due to the Coronavirus outbreak

Tax Day is moved to July 15th due to the Coronavirus outbreak

Due to the Coronavirus outbreak, Tax Day is being moved to July 15th.

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