NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Monday is the deadline day to file your taxes for 2018.

The government’s early filing data shows the IRS has paid $6 billion less in refunds this tax season, but Uncle Sam took a little less out of some people’s paychecks during most of last year.

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If you need more time to file, you can receive a six-month extension, but the tax extension deadline is also tomorrow.

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The IRS estimates nearly 1 in 10 taxpayers will likely go on extension this year.

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Click here for extension information.