Wednesday marks the final day to file income taxes, lest consumers want to make an enemy of the IRS.
To mark the occasion, Pringles sketched a parody tax form with a "snackage" section; Hostess shared a witty tax tip; and Norton used the opportunity to give serious advice on how to keep tax returns safe from hackers.
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Other brands tried to help stressed-out consumers laugh away their Tax Day blues, as well. Pizza Hut put a more appetizing spin on tax returns by launching a National Pizza Return. Consumers who file forms may receive Pizza Hut gift cards in the amount of their net return.
A return you will actually want to file this year. The Pizza Hut National Pizza Return: http://t.co/a07IxOTAxU .— Pizza Hut (@pizzahut) April 14, 2015
And Hard Rock Café is giving taxpayers a break by encouraging them to lay down their wallets and sing for their supper.