Electronic tax filing
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Electronic tax filing, or e-filing, is a system for submitting tax documents to a revenue service electronically, often without the need to submit any paper documents.
Electronic tax filing may refer to:
- IRS e-file, a United States system for federal income tax
- NETFILE, a Canada Revenue Agency system for consumers
- EFILE, a Canada Revenue Agency system for professional tax preparers
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