When nothing but 1099(x) to file for Tax Return (easy method)

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When nothing but 1099(x) to file for Tax Return (easy method)

Post by susa » Sun Nov 12, 2017 11:49 am

H&R Block sent our multiple times this offer last week

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In our case, I've enjoyed using it for years when we(MFJ, 60+, no income, no SS and never plan to file) had income (W2, 401k & IRA & HSA deductions etc).

For the next 10 years, we will not have any income except our own self-generated 1099r from IRA to Roth conversions and since staying below 21k annual limits for MAGI and AGI, no tax is due.

With that in mind, is the IRS free e-file the simplest method ? Yes, I've been known to use pencil and paper and USPS to mail in 1040's also but being a 'super simplified' filer from now on, what would you recommend ?

https://www.irs.gov/filing/free-file-do ... s-for-free

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