#18352. Asked by CeCe. (Apr 16 02 7:24 PM)
April 5 in the UK is because of the calendar shift - the year end date used to be the quarter day, March 25th, and when the calendar was changed the tax date changed with it. Why the US use April 15 I don't know - Google elicits the information that it's National Griper's Day too though.
Apr 18 02, 10:43 AM
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