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I have not entered Julie's Part Time job income, her distribution received yearly, and interest on a bank account. I need to finish this tonight (4/13/17) Or by 8am CST

Or finish by 8am CST. If not, I guess I will have to file an extension. When an extension is filed I will be penalized, correct? I believe I have until the 18th of April to file since we should receive a refund, correct?

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I have not entered Julie's Part Time job income, her distribution received yearly, and interest on a bank account. I need to finish this tonight (4/13/17) Or by 8am CST

Correct, you have until the 18th to file (electronically or postmarked US mail).  There is no penalty if you're getting a tax refund, provided you file within 3 years of the April 18, 2017 deadline (or October 16, 2017 deadline if you filed an extension).  After 3 years, unclaimed tax refunds are forfeited and become the property of the U.S. Treasury.  If you owe taxes, pay what you estimate your tax burden will be and file an extension, you will avoid the heavy 5% penalty.

I have not entered Julie's Part Time job income, her distribution received yearly, and interest on a bank account. I need to finish this tonight (4/13/17) Or by 8am CST

can you tell me how to add Julie's P.T. job and her yearly distribution received? I need to do this so that I can complete and file
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I have not entered Julie's Part Time job income, her distribution received yearly, and interest on a bank account. I need to finish this tonight (4/13/17) Or by 8am CST

Where you enter the info depends on if you get a W-2, a 1099-MISC, or however the employer reports her income.  It would go under Wages & Income, in whatever category that her income falls under.
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