Here are five great reasons to e-file your tax return:

  1. Accurate and complete. E-file is the best way to file an accurate and complete tax return. ATBS’s tax software does the math for you and our review process helps avoid mistakes.
  2. Safe and secure. IRS e-file meets strict guidelines and uses the best encryption technology. The IRS has safely and securely processed more than 1.2 billion e-filed individual tax returns since the program began.
  3. Faster refunds. E-filing usually brings a faster refund because there is nothing to mail and your return is less likely to have errors, which take longer to process. The IRS issues most refunds in less than 21 days. The fastest way to get a refund is to combine e-file with direct deposit into your bank account.
  4. Payment options. If you owes taxes, you can e-file early and set an automatic payment date anytime on or before the April 15 due date. You can pay by check or money order, or by debit or credit card. You can also transfer funds electronically from your bank account.
  5. 5. E-filing by ATBS does not cost more. ATBS will e-file your federal and state return at no additional charge.

*ATBS is an authorized e-file provider.

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