IRS will allow taxpayers to sign with PINSs

IRS will allow taxpayers to sign with PINs

For the first time, millions of taxpayers can file taxes electronically without submitting any paperwork'not even a signature form.

Each taxpayer will be able to select a unique five-digit personal identification number, which will work as an electronic signature.

The IRS received more than 35 million returns electronically last year. The service expects about 42 million electronic returns this year.

'P. Vasishtha

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