DOVER, Del. (AP) -- It's tax time, again.
Delaware residents' personal income taxes are due Monday, and Division of Revenue Director Patrick Carter is reminding that they can file online.
Taxpayers who request refunds using the online filing system receive their refund two weeks earlier than those filing a paper return. The online system allows taxpayers to file electronically and then schedule their payment closer to the May 2 deadline. Taxpayers may pay with a credit card or by debiting their bank account.
This year, more than 80 percent of taxpayers have filed online.