Updated: Dec 3, 2021
Over 82 million individual taxpayers file their tax electronically in 2017. It is 92% of all U.S. Taxpayers!
Why E-filing is so popular?
More Fast and less work
Obviously, E-filing is a more reasonable and faster way to deliver information than mailing Paper Forms. Also, E-filing is more “greener” – you save paper, you save the gas and energy.
E-filing means the IRS does not have to re-type your tax return at their service center. In this way, the IRS will make fewer mistakes when processing return. E-filing makes the process easy for the IRS to momently run algorithms and analysis on your return. Human intervention is reduced to zero.
Proof of receiving
The biggest benefit for electronic filing is you will receive a confirmation that the IRS has received your tax return. This is proof that the IRS received your tax return and has started processing because of your data analysis in a millisecond.
Who must Paper File only?
If you are married, live in a community property state but filing a separate return
Claiming a dependent who has already been claimed by someone else
Submitting a tax form that cannot be electronically filed (such as a multiple support agreement)
Filing before e-file begins (January 15) or after e-file ends (October 15)
All our clients are satisfied through Tax E-file. Would you be next?