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Do I still have to send in a hard copy to the Feds?, after doing an e file

 
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Do I still have to send in a hard copy to the Feds?, after doing an e file

If you e-filed your return, you do not have to mail anything in to the IRS.  It has all been done electronically.  Just save your W-2’s and other paperwork for your own records.  You should also print a copy of your return for your own records.

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Level 15

Do I still have to send in a hard copy to the Feds?, after doing an e file

If you e-filed your return, you do not have to mail anything in to the IRS.  It has all been done electronically.  Just save your W-2’s and other paperwork for your own records.  You should also print a copy of your return for your own records.

**Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to offer the most correct information possible. The poster disclaims any legal responsibility for the accuracy of the information that is contained in this post.**

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Do I still have to send in a hard copy to the Feds?, after doing an e file

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Do I still have to send in a hard copy to the Feds?, after doing an e file

You're welcome.
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