Sen. Josh McKoon: Urges Constituents to Use IRS Free File for Online Tax Assistance & E-Filing

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Sen. Josh McKoon: Urges Constituents to Use IRS Free File for Online Tax Assistance & E-Filing

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Sen. McKoon Urges Constituents to Use IRS Free File for Online Tax Assistance & E-Filing

Sen. Josh McKoon ( R- Columbus) encourages constituents to take advantage of free tax preparation services available through the IRS Free File program.

Every taxpayer with a 2013 Adjusted Gross Income of $58,000 or less may visit www.IRS.gov/freefile to prepare, complete and e-file their federal tax returns at no cost.

“I urge everyone who meets the requirements to take advantage of the free tax services available from the IRS and Free File Alliance,” said Sen. McKoon. “The Free File program provides free access to tax preparation software so you can easily prepare and e-file your federal taxes online. All the calculations are done for you in just a few easy steps and you can even get a refund in as few as 10 days.”

IRS Free File provides a list of Free File Alliance member companies and their free tax software offerings. Users may either choose the company that fits their needs or utilize the “Help me Find Free File Software” tool. After selecting a company, users will be transferred to the company’s website to prepare, complete and electronically file their federal income tax returns.

Free File is made possible through a partnership between the IRS and the Free File Alliance, a coalition of industry-leading tax software companies. Since its inception in 2003, the program has offered 70 percent of taxpayers with free access to commercial tax preparation software from Free File Alliance member companies. IRS Free File is available atwww.IRS.gov/freefile.

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