Still need to file? Tax deadline is hours away.

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. The IRS gave us three extra days, but that didn't keep people from waiting until the last minute. Here are some helpful resources if you still need to file.
Three post office locations in Springfield have lobbies that will be open late: 500 W. Chestnut Expressway, 1839 E. Independence, and 1442 S. Glenstone Ave. You can send out your tax documents at any of those locations before midnight tonight and get the April 18th postmark you need to avoid the late filling fee.
According to the IRS, a late filing penalty is usually charged if your return is filed after the due date (including extensions). The penalty is usually 5% of the amount due for each month or part of a month your return is late. The maximum penalty is 25%. If your return is more than 60 days late, the minimum penalty is $135 (adjusted for inflation) or the
balance of the tax due on your return, whichever is smaller.
If you owe the government money and you need more time to prepare your taxes, you can file for an extension. You'll find the paperwork at IRS.gov.
The IRS is giving victims of Missouri's historic floods an extra month to file. If you live in a FEMA 'disaster area' you'll have until May 16th to file.