Tax returns no longer available at post office, libraries - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Tax returns no longer available at post office, libraries

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LOUISVILLE, KY. (WDRB Fox 41) -- The push by the Internal Revenue Service to convince more people to file their returns online continues, as post offices and libraries will no longer have tax forms.

Instead, you will have to get forms online, at your local IRS office, or call and request forms be mailed to you.

Click here for more on how to obtain tax forms.

"The IRS has been slowly cutting back on mailings, trying to get more people to e-file their taxes," said H&R Block Tax and Business Services Representative Walter Jack in a news release.  He says he believes electronic filing will one day be mandatory.

The IRS says nearly 99 million people in the United States filed electronically last year -- about 70% of the total returns.

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