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It reduces costs for the IRS, which ultimately (theoretically) reduces taxes for taxpayers.

Since it saves them money, why are they charging us to do it that way? Connecticut now has an efile option that is free. Granted the state return is a lot simpler since it piggybacks the Fed return, but even the half price offer from Fidelity for a Fed return is still $9.95. Why so expensive? If they have to charge, then $5.00 seems about right to me.
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