Letter: E-filing should be free

Regarding “Study: Taxpayers could save $1.2 billion with free e-filing”: Finally, someone has the common sense to point out the economics of e-filing between the Internal Revenue Service and taxpayers.

E-filing should be free to ALL taxpayers. It is technically doable, but I wonder why the government chose not to.

Anonymous






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