Submitted: The Two Sides Team April 3, 2015
The IRS has discontinued the mailing of paper-based tax forms and is no longer providing printed instructions for completing tax forms.
This article by Donna Harman, President and CEO, AF&PA, appeared on the AF&PA website on March 26, 2015.
April 15th is known as “Tax Day” in the U.S. Granted, it’s not a day most of us look forward to, but the process of filing your taxes is one that most Americans take seriously as their civic responsibility.
Imagine if your ability to fulfill that responsibility was inhibited by actions of the very government agency requiring your filing. That is happening today as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has discontinued not only the mailing of paper-based tax forms but, beginning this year, is no longer providing printed instructions for completing tax forms.
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