Why is Tax Day on a Tuesday this year?
It just happens that April 15, the normal deadline, falls on a Saturday this year. The next day, Sunday April 16, is D.C. Emancipation Day — commemorating the day in 1862 when the District of Columbia freed 3,000 enslaved people, nine months before Emancipation was declared nationally. But because that holiday falls on Sunday this year, it's being observed in Washington D.C. on Monday — April 17. Which brings us up to Tuesday, April 18.
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