The governmental shutdown has caused the date for filing tax returns to be postponed to January 31st. However, the Irs.gov free file program makes this quite an easy proposition.
The IRS is basically responsible for the delay in sending in tax returns. But it has compensated the taxpayers in the form of free filing form software that has been made accessible. What the internal revenue service is essentially saying is that the incumbent can use the software to send in their forms before January 31st, if they want to.
All you have to do is sign in and enter your information at the Irs.gov free file site. The procedure and plan is now ready to go into action. It will be an automatic scheme that will be directed by a computerized mechanism. E-filing is the wave of the future. It’s the only way to go in this age and time.
The days when tons of paper and ink got wasted on filing tax returns have gone the way of the dinosaurs. Most of all, the whole scheme is absolutely free of cost. This is because silicon chips come from sand which is cheap.
Rather than chop down trees and use rivers of ink, why not get the job done via cyberspace (where anything is possible). The site known as Irs.gov has a range of services and tools for taxpayers to utilize in their efforts to clear their names from the federal government records. And the fact that cyberspace is a virtual world that has no tangible reality makes for easy handling of the tax return figures and extreme economy as well.
Source: The Salt Lake Tribune