Only returns prepared by a paid preparer must be efiled. Individuals preparing their own returns can still file on paper.Yep. However, anyone using a paid preparer can opt out of e-filing and choose to file their professionally prepared return on paper. I'd expect a bit of an extra charge from the preparer for doing so.--Peter <== has a couple of clients who choose to file on paper
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