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E-Filing



E-filing is a method by which forms are documents are filed electronically rather than on paper. E-filing is now a staple, and sometimes exclusive, way that complaints, motions and other documents are filed in the federal and state court systems. The federal court system has standardized electronic filing by creating a unified system[1] by which all federal courts accept e-filing. However, coordination by the individual court may also be necessary.

Other government agencies, such as the IRS, have also established e-filing systems. For example, tax returns, including the Form 1040, can be e-filed through the IRS directly or through an approved third-party software provider, such as TurboTax.