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In my 'job' as a tax councilor for the elderly I have noticed, this year, that most people did not receive any tax forms. Normally, at least the last couple of years, people have received them in the mail in January. This year only about one in ten have the forms booklets.

Just an observation. I wonder if the IRS changed contractors or changed criteria or what. Have any of you noticed this?


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