IRS to Reform the 1040
The IRS is planning to make a few style and formatting changes to its most-used tax document, Form 1040, USA Today reports today. Even though the changes aren't exactly radical, taxpayers won't see them until the 2009 filing season. And IRS officials hope that most people won't even notice the modifications, because they'll file their forms electronically and never see the paper version of the 1040.
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