Three Option for e-filing your returns—quickly, safely, and easily.

Last year more than 92 million Americans filed their returns electronically. Why?

With efile, taxpayers receive these benefits:

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In addition to the benefits above, you'll also get:
Greater accuracy since returns are checked for common errors—in fact, e-file averages a 1% or less error rate—for lower than the 20% associated with paper returns.
E-file is available through a network of trusted providers—including popular types of off-the-shelf-tax preparation software (you'll find a listing at www.irs.gov/efile—as well as professional tax preparers. E-filing your return can be free so be sure to shop around before choosing a preparer or tax software, find out more at www.irs.gov. Many states also offer e-filing.

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If your 2009 adjusted gross income was $5X,000 or less, you can electronically file for taxes at no cost by using Free File.
If you qualify, Free File gives you all the benefits of e-file and it's available in English and Spanish.
To use Free File, simply log on to www.irs.gov.

Free File Fillable Forms

If you've filed paper returns in the past without the help of a tax preparer, then Free File Fillable Forms may be for you.

With Free File Fillable Forms:

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The VITA Program offers free tax help for low to moderate income (under $49,000 in adjusted gross income) taxpayers who cannot prepare their own tax return. The Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) program provides free tax help to people age 60 and older.
www.irs.gov is the gateway for all electronic services offered by the IRS, as well as the spot to download forms if you should choose to file a paper return.

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