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German question

Good morning, linguaphiles, a quick question for a native German speaker out there.

I'm working on translating a Swiss tax form into English from German, and I'm a bit stumped by what's meant in one place.

In the upper-left corner of the first page, I've got:

Die Steuererklärung
ist mit den Beilagen
bis zum
___________

einzusenden an

_________
_________

-=-=-

And I'm sure it's blindingly obvious what it's for to some, but it isn't to me. Anyone?

ETA: Got the answer, thanks.
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