No one likes filing their taxes. Sure, if you're getting a big refund check then you might enjoy some of the process. ie: Cashing your check. But in general, no one really likes to do them, we just have to do them. The IRS knows that and as such has created a new app that is now available to make the whole situation a little bit better for everyone.
About 70 percent of the 142 million individual tax returns were filed electronically last year, so an app to help only makes sense. The IRS2Go app allows you to get up-to-date tax information and even track your refund check status all from right inside the app. If you're looking for more info, the press release and download are available after the break. [IRS]
IRS Launches the IRS2Go App for iPhone, Android; Taxpayers Can Check Refunds, Get Tax Information
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