Do you keep good late company? Here's the list of top procrastinating tax cities

If you are one of those people who look at all the news coverage surrounding the April 15 tax deadline to scoff at all the late filers standing in line at the all-night post offices around the country so they can postmark their returns on time, then this list from TurboTax of the cities with the most procrastinators will amuse you. On the other hand, if you are one of those people who will be standing in line on Tuesday night until the midnight hour strikes, then you might want to peruse the standings to see if you'll be keeping good company. Either way, here are the top 10 cities on the list for your entertainment (last year's rankings are also noted.

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