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Filing taxes at the last minute? Here are mistakes to avoid

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There’s just a few days left until taxes are due. The filing deadline is April 18th and if you haven’t started looking over your paperwork yet, time is running out. NBC’s senior business analyst Stephanie Ruhle joins Saturday TODAY with some last minute tips on what’s new this tax season and mistakes to avoid.

Steph Ruhle weighs on what mistakes to avoid when filing your taxes