IRS E-File

January 19, 2012 by staff 

IRS E-FileIRS E-File, The Internal Revenue Service has opened the 2012 electronic tax return filing season with a reminder that e-file remains “the best way to get fast refunds and ensure accurate tax returns,” and, “that e-filing can be free for everyone through the IRS Free File program at .

In Tennessee, about 83 percent of all tax returns received by the IRS in 2011 were e-filed. More than 880,000 of returns that were e-filed were self-prepared by taxpayers using their own computers, according to a news release.

Nationwide, more than 112 million income tax returns were e-filed last year, or 77 percent of all individual returns filed. IRS e-file has surpassed the milestone of 1 billion returns processed.

“E-filing is fast, easy, and accurate, plus it’s safe and secure,” said IRS spokesman Dan Boone in prepared comments. “And through IRS Free File, taxpayers don’t have to pay anything to prepare and e-file their returns.”

Taxpayers can e-file their tax returns one of three ways: through a tax return preparer, through self-preparation software or through IRS Free File.

Everyone can use IRS Free File, either the brand-name software offered by IRS’ commercial partners or the online fillable forms.

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