Friday, April 15, 2011

Tax Day Deals for CPAs — and Everyone

CPAs, the end of tax season is nearly here! Celebrate the day with several deals from Virginia merchants.

Morton’s Steakhouse in Richmond is celebrating Tax Day with its annual contest. The Shockoe Slip restaurant was set to hold a drawing Friday afternoon for a CPA who will win a three-course steak and seafood dinner for two valid through April 25. For those in Northern Virginia, the Georgetown location in Washington, D.C., is accepting entries through Sunday.

Tidewater CPAs who enjoy hitting the links should contact Greenbrier Country Club in Chesapeake. The course is offering a $25 round to any CPA from April 19–21, including a cart and sandwiches at the turn. A tour and tee time is required — e-mail Liz Sanchez to book. Guests of CPAs are required to pay guest fees.

Some deals aren’t limited to CPAs, but you can take advantage of them all the same. Maggie Moo’s Ice Cream and Treatery is celebrating Tax Day on the actual federal deadline of Monday, April 18, offering a free mini ice cream sundae from 3 – 6 p.m.

Boston Market is offering free buy one, get one individual dinner plates through Monday. P.F. Chang’s is taking 15 percent off any dine-in or takeout orders on Monday. Cinnabon will give out two free classic Cinnabon bites from 6 – 8 p.m. on Monday.

McCormick & Schmick’s seafood restaurants, with locations in Northern Virginia, Virginia Beach and Washington, D.C., are offering a deal in an amount sure to draw a chuckle from CPAs. The chain is offering $10.40 Tax Relief certificates for use with $10.40 dinner and drink specials, good through Monday.

Chili’s is offering a free appetizer or dessert with the purchase of an entrée on Monday with a printable coupon. And while it’s not explicitly tax-related, children 12 and under eat free at IHOP with the purchase of an adult entrée for the month of April from 4 – 10 p.m.

And for those of you who eat at Chick-Fil-A today, be sure to keep your receipt. You can use it to get a free repeat order through April 30. (Just don’t try to redeem it on Sunday.)

Congratulations on another successful tax season!

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