Making taxes easier, quicker and less of a pain is always a win in our book. Accounting Today recently spotlighted the IRS’ acceptance of e-signatures and what it means for future tax returns.

 

In 2014, 91 percent of all returns were filed electronically. Like paper tax returns, the IRS requires taxpayers and paid preparers to sign an electronic income tax return. With this implementation of e-signatures, electronically filing tax returns becomes even more seamless and (almost) as easy as pie.

 

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IRS Acceptance of E-Signatures Grows


E-signature provider Signix has created an infographic about the Internal Revenue Service and e-signatures.


The company noted the IRS is receiving fewer paper returns, with 91 percent of returns now being filed electronically, and electronic signatures making it easier to electronically file tax returns.

IRS and E-Signatures

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