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With Tax season well under way; DOR would like to help you make the decision to E-File with WebFile for Income this year. We know, “I’m not computer savvy” or “What about the safety of my information” has been said many times before, but we’d like to assure you that E-Filing is not only safe but easy too.

So what exactly is WebFile for Income? It is DOR’s secure, environmentally-friendly online application that allows full-year resident taxpayers to electronically file personal income tax returns directly with DOR. It is available through DOR’s WebFile for Income link.

Here’s why we think you should e-File with WebFile for Income:

  1. Easy to use online format – Even for the non-computer savvy, WebFile for Income is easy to use. Choose how you want to proceed by selecting step-by-step guidance through the filing process or choose which income, credits and deductions apply to you to streamline the process.
  2. Automatic calculations – Not a math genius? No problem. Let WebFile do all the calculating for you. Just provide all the basic information and figures needed and put down the calculator.
  3. Auto-fill information – Once you use WebFile, it can auto populate your tax form with information from following years! Just edit the information that has to be updated and you’re all set!
  4. Get your refund faster – Who doesn’t like a faster turnaround time? Get instant confirmation your return was received by DOR. Forget stamps, running to the Post Office, or tracking down lost returns, WebFile for Income is optimized for faster processing and with Direct Deposit, you can have your refund in days. You can also check the status of your refund.
  5. IT’S FREE! – Yes. It’s Free to use. Create your online account now and be well on the way to managing your taxes online. If you have a Tax due, take advantage of the convenient payment options available.

Reduce stress this tax season. For more information visit: www.mass.gov/dor/filingzone

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