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Each year, tens of millions of taxpayers find themselves writing out a check to pay off Uncle Sam. Not all taxpayers can cough up the funds to pay off their tax liabilities by April 15. If your tax bill is more than you counted on, don’t panic and do something to make it worse. Some options include putting the payment on a credit card, which will help you pay pay off the debt over time. Enroll in EFTPS or an installment agreement with the IRS are some other options too. If you ask the average American citizen to cite organizations that embody innovation and remarkable customer experiences, Apple, Google and Amazon are far more likely to be named than the U.S. government. That doesn't sit well with Aneesh Chopra, the nation’s first chief technology officer, who served from 2009 to 2012. When Chopra delivered the keynote address at SAP’s Future of Government event in Washington, D.C., last week, he encouraged his former public sector colleagues to derive lessons from the private sector as they support President Obama’s mission to “out-innovate every country on Earth.” Twitter had a massive day in the markets, soaring more than11 percent following news this morning that it has acquired Gnip . Gnip is a company that supports firms with access to social media information streams. The data provider became well known by being a Twitter partner that could underpin the latter’s “firehose” of tweets to companies willing to pay for access. Twitter closed yesterday at $40.87 and today at $45.52. A stock market swoon turned into a comeback Tuesday. Stocks managed a late-afternoon rebound for the second time in two days as investors seemed to brush off a report of lower confidence among homebuilders and simmering tensions in the Ukraine. The late rally even gave a lift to tech stocks like Google and Intel, which had weighed on the market much of the day.

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