How to File After Print and Mail?
Filing your tax return can be an ordeal, but it does not have to be. With e-filing, you can get it done faster, cheaper, and safer. Here are some tips to get you started. You may find yourself asking, “How do I file after print and mailing?”
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e-filing is a safer way to file tax returns
Compared to traditional filing methods, e-filing is significantly safer because there is no physical copy of the tax return. Since the IRS can’t keep a physical copy of the tax return, the chances of identity theft are reduced. Moreover, e-filing has made tax agencies and taxpayers more authentic and accountable. Paper filing carries a great deal of ambiguity and risk.
Most people file their tax returns electronically these days. While filing by mail is still possible, e-filing is much safer than mailing them. While it’s possible to lose a printed tax form in the mail, you can also download it and save it to your computer. Moreover, most tax preparation software available today includes forms and instructions. If you’re unsure whether e-filing is the safest way to file tax returns after print and mailing, contact a tax expert for help.