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How do EZ filers use the 1040 postcard?

While Form 1040EZ is no longer used, previous-year EZ filers who do their taxes online will likely not notice any major changes to the filing process.

The IRS and Treasury Department attempted to simplify the basic Form 1040 from a few pages to a “building blocks” system, including a primary form and six new schedules to be completed and attached as needed. Filers can simply review their Form 1040, applicable forms, schedules, and worksheets before sending the tax return to the IRS, making the transition from filing a 1040EZ to filing a “simple return” as smooth as possible.

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