I Don’t E-File

I still mail in my tax returns.  And apparently I’m not the only one.  On April 15 at about 2pm, I walked over from the UBS building to the Chicago post office at Dearborn and Adams.  Big long line.  Average age… oh, probably 73.  But that’s ok.  I like a little bit of ritual around taxes.  It’s far more satisfying to hand over my completed tax return to the post office clerk than it would be to e-file from my home computer.  That’s my feeling, anyway.  I’ll keep doing it until the IRS eventually forces everyone to select an electronic method.

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