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Are there any advantages to electronically filing my return?

Yes. Electronically filing your North Dakota individual income tax return provides the following advantages:

  • Processing time—Because your return is electronically transmitted to us, this eliminates the need for manual processes to open, sort, screen and enter the data from your return.  This will result in your return being available for review sooner than a paper-filed return.
  • More accurate—Tax preparation software eliminates many errors and omissions that often occur with paper returns. E-filing may eliminate errors that occur during the manual processes necessary to enter a paper return into our system.
  • Proof of filing—You can meet your federal and North Dakota tax obligation at the same time. The IRS and North Dakota will let you know that your return has been received and accepted.
  • Convenience—You can file early and pay any tax balance due by April 15. In addition, there is no worry about missing forms, assembling all of your forms, mailing your return on time, or insufficient postage, etc.

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FAQ Articles

Are there any advantages to electronically filing my return?

Yes. Electronically filing your North Dakota individual income tax return provides the following advantages:

  • Processing time—Because your return is electronically transmitted to us, this eliminates the need for manual processes to open, sort, screen and enter the data from your return.  This will result in your return being available for review sooner than a paper-filed return.
  • More accurate—Tax preparation software eliminates many errors and omissions that often occur with paper returns. E-filing may eliminate errors that occur during the manual processes necessary to enter a paper return into our system.
  • Proof of filing—You can meet your federal and North Dakota tax obligation at the same time. The IRS and North Dakota will let you know that your return has been received and accepted.
  • Convenience—You can file early and pay any tax balance due by April 15. In addition, there is no worry about missing forms, assembling all of your forms, mailing your return on time, or insufficient postage, etc.

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