[IMGCAP(1)]Metaphorically, we all use "April 15" as a synonym for "the end of tax season," but this year (in case you weren't aware), the deadline for filing is actually April 18 (or 19, if you're in Massachusetts or Maine).

That got us thinking: If something as firmly fixed as the annual tax deadline can shift, however slightly, what else can change? And that (along with several drinks) led us to a radical thought: What if there were no tax season at all?

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