It's inevitable that people make mistakes. We're only human, after all. But if you make a mistake on your annual tax return, it can cost you time and money. The Internal Revenue Service's processing of your return is slowed down significantly by errors, meaning any refund you might be due will be delayed. To keep that from happening, the IRS recommends double- and even triple-checking your return — or make it easier by filing electronically.
Click ahead to find out which filing mistakes are the most common and how you can avoid them.
Posted 08 April, 2011