Rachel Manning is one of those people.
"Well, it's a last minute thing, stressful here and there,"said Manning.
Manning spent her Sunday afternoon trying to get her taxes filed at a Shreveport H&R Block location. District Manager for the chain, Donna Nixon-Simpson, is prepared for the crowds that will come her way with only two days left before the deadline.
"You do not sleep during tax season," said Simpson-Nixon.
Luckily, this hard working tax professional can stay positive while she works some long days. Especially since it's not the customers with easy returns that usually wait this long to file.
"More complicated tax returns, individuals who have investment income, investment property, royalty income," said Simpson-Nixon.
The other thing tax procrastinators seem to have in common is they owe money to the IRS. Manning is a member of that club, too.
"Yeah, no lie," said Manning.
Filing an extension won't mean much, if you're not getting money back.
"If you owe, you need to pay," said Nixon-Simpson.
She says you can wait to get all the documents in order, but the money must be sent off by Tuesday, or you'll face stiff penalties.
For Manning, the best part of taxes is finally filing them.
"Getting it over with, really. Getting it over with," said Manning.