CHICAGO (AP) — There’s still a way to get your federal tax returns in on time in Chicago if you don’t quite make it to your local post office before it closes.

A U.S. Postal Service statement says the Cardiss Collins facility downtown will remain open until midnight Monday for last-minute filers. There will be collections at the street level. A second floor retail area will be open inside for those who want certified mail and other services.

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No other Chicago postal stations will offer extended hours on April 15.

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Post office officials say a common problem is that people don’t use the proper postage when mailing in their returns or don’t address it to the right IRS office.

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