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State tax administration might not deliver such seismic news events as LeBron’s eagerly-awaited announcement of his return to his old Cleveland team, but knowing what’s going on at any given moment in the tax world could save you some time and effort, and maybe even some money.

Through DOR’s social media accounts—Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn— we’ll give you the latest Massachusetts tax info almost as quickly as we get it. Moreover, our news will be breaking and reliable, because it’s straight from a source you can trust — us.

Social media is also about interactions, communities and two-way communication. So, have something to say? If you think something needs to be fixed or addressed by DOR, let us know!

According to a Business Insider story, Americans spend at least 37 minutes daily on social media – a higher time-spend than any other major Internet activity, including email.

So, give DOR another minute of your day, and don’t be surprised that when it comes to Massachusetts taxes, you’ll be typing … #UptoDate

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