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04-16-2018 05:12 PM
If I e-file my federal and state taxes, is there any reason I still need to mail a paper return?
I'm using H&R Block Premium and after I competed the E-filing for both federal and state, it moved me to the "Print and File" section. I didn't think I needed to send anything in via the mail if I filed electronically. I'm getting a refund from federal and paid what I owe to state electronically. Didn't think I needed to mail anything in this case. Correct?
04-16-2018 06:24 PM
Hello, markg8087, and welcome to the community.
If you e-filed your return, you would not need to mail any forms. You didn't happen to notice if there was an e-file confirmation number after you completed the filing process, did you? I am relatively sure that would still show up if you log into your account. If there is an e-file confirmation number, you're all set.
Hope that helps!
04-16-2018 11:39 PM
While you don't need to mail the return if it's been successfully e-filed, you should print a copy of your return (either on paper or to a digital copy like a .pdf) for your records.