Although taxes are due in April, you should get started in January so you'll be less flustered come tax time. Also, your W-2 will be coming in the mail, so it's the perfect time to organize your paperwork. Start prepping now so you can get your refund even sooner. Kathy Pickering, executive director of The Tax Institute at H&R Block, names the top things to know before you file a 2011 return.
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