Poll: Most Americans Filing Taxes Online

Apr 14, 2007 By WILL LESTER, Associated Press Writer
Poll: Most Americans Filing Taxes Online (AP)
**Quinniece Garrett, left, prepares income taxes for Amariles Soler at FoodChange in Harlem, Wednesday, April 11, 2007, one of 11 such centers in the five boroughs of New York. (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)

(AP) -- The frantic ritual of racing to the post office to get tax returns postmarked just in time to satisfy the Internal Revenue Service is giving way to the online age.



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