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If you haven’t filed your Massachusetts personal income tax return, there are very good reasons to consider e-filing.  Millions of taxpayers have already taken advantage of e-filing, the most convenient way to get your taxes done.

Why are we confident that e-filing is the very best option for taxpayers?  Here’s a quick overview.

E-file Benefits

  • Refunds are faster.
  • Put away your calculator – the math is done for you.
  • You can go green – no printing or copying of tax forms necessary.

File for Free

  • Massachusetts recently joined the Free File Alliance to increase free filing options for taxpayers. Now most taxpayers can e-file both their federal and state returns for free through commercially-available software.

We Have it Covered

The tax filing deadline this year is April 18, 2017.

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