Super Saturday offers weekend help for taxpayers

The Internal Revenue Service opened its doors Saturday in the Garden State to help residents hoping to get a share of the stimulus rebate.

March 29, or "Super Saturday," gave confused residents a chance to get some money back from the government. Nine offices in New Jersey were specially opened on the weekend for the event.

"We are leaving very happy and waiting for that check to come in the mail," says Maria Torres, a resident taking advantage of the services.

Residents who missed the opportunity can get another chance. IRS offices will be kept open later in the week to help taxpayers get their forms in order.

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