Both Pennsylvania and the federal government give individual taxpayers the option to file their taxes electronically, also known as E-filing.
There are a few benefits to E-filing your tax returns, including:
- Faster because it is electronically transmitted directly to the taxing authorities’ computer system
- Safer because the filing cannot get lost in the mail
- More secure
- More convenient, you don’t have to wait on line at the post office if you are too close to the filing deadline
- If your E-file submission is rejected, then the IRS will email the filer with a link you can use to see an explanation and resolve the issue
Click here for instructions on how to E-file a Federal Tax Return
Click her for instructions on how to E-file a PA Tax Return
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