Restaurants from high-end independents to nationwide fast-food chains are helping American income earners keep a little more of their hard-earned cash as they wade through this year’s extended “Tax Weekend.” With the Internal Revenue Service’s federal tax filing deadline extended to April 18, rather than the standard April 15, the extra days give restaurants like Atlanta-based Arby’s Restaurant Group time to tie in special promotions. Operators that spoke to ...

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