If you checked your calendar Sunday, you know it is April 15th.
Most years, taxes are due on April 15th.
Not this year, thanks to the 15th falling on a Sunday.
The date normally rolls over to the 16th.
This year April 16th is Emancipation Day, a legal holiday in some areas so the IRS says your tax forms are due Tuesday, the 17th.
Both Indiana and Michigan also pushed back the filing dates.
If you have not started your taxes yet, you can get forms from any library or the websites linked here.