No More Tax Booklets from IRS


The IRS has decided not to mail the usual federal income tax booklets for 2010 in efforts to encourage taxpayers to fle their income tax returns electronically and cut down an estimated $10 million in costs. In not printing the forms and instructions, the IRS also aims to save trees.

Many industry players expect e-fling to become mandatory in future. But for now, there are other ways taxpayers can fle their income tax returns including over the phone if they have a simpler form like the 1040 EZ.

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