LAS VEGAS (KSNV MyNews3) --
It is down to the busiest days for tax filing offices across the valley as the clock ticks toward the April 15 deadline on Monday.
In the defense of procrastinators, a local certified public accountant says it took longer for some people to get the paperwork they need to file their taxes.
Local tax expert and owner of Liberty Tax Service David Chan sees a consistent trend with tax season: more and more, young adults are turning to online resources to file.
Chan says they still see a steady flow of customers, especially with more complex returns.
His advice: Make sure you go through your paperwork before you come.
Also, make sure you've gone through that checklist of items you need for a tax preparer to file, info you can find at irs.gov
For those procrastinators out there, there is a free tax preparation service for you if you qualify.
The United Way of Southern Nevada supports roughly 34 sites across the valley where volunteers can help you prepare tax returns at no cost.