Should We E-File Our Taxes Or Not?

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One of the most basic and rather vexing questions confronting taxpayers - especially the affluent - might be the choice between e-filing or filing paper returns. The IRS has slowly but steadily promoted e-filing and it seems e-filing will soon supplant to a very large extent paper filing. Nonetheless, some taxpayers might balk at e-filing. Let us explore, to some extent, the pros and cons of e-filing and paper filing.

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