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I got the IRS e-file brochure and ECN and I was thinking of using it. Having completed my return on Turbo-tax I see that this would actually cost me $9.95. I just don't see the advantage (unless you have a refund coming.) File now, pay later is a nice feature this year as is the fact that you don't need to mail in any W2s or other documents. I can pay later by mailing in April. I am glad the IRS is trying to be more efficient but it seems like electronic filers should be getting a discount for helping them rather than paying fees.
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