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Tax Day Procrastination: Top 10 Worst Offenders

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With the April 17 deadline fast approaching, many of us are needlessly putting off filing our income taxes. In fact, nearly three out of 10 Americans delay paying their taxes until two weeks before the deadline, according to TurboTax -- a tax preparation software company.

It's always best to leave yourself enough time to file; by procrastinating, you risk making mistakes and increase your chances of missing the deadline altogether. Late filings, of course, come along with penalties and interest charges.

Nevertheless, some people seem to enjoy the last minute dash.

Here is TurboTax's list of the top 10 tax-procrastinating cities:

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