Since April 15 falls on a Sunday this year, millions of New Yorkers and Americans are being given a reprieve from the dreaded tax deadline.
This year, people have until Tuesday, April 17.
The reason why people will not have to file tomorrow is because Monday is the District of Columbia's Emancipation Day.
D.C. holidays are treated like federal holidays when it comes to tax deadlines.
About 70 percent of Americans are estimated to have already filed their tax returns so far.