1040PC Form

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1040PC Form

A version of the 1040 Form that consisted of fewer pages. The 1040PC allowed taxpayers to prepare their tax return on a computer; it consisted of a bottom line number, a dollar amount, and an explanatory column called a legend page. It was introduced in 1993 and discontinued in 2000 as e-filing became more prominent.
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Form 1040PC use is down nearly 20 percent this year.
Note to Editors: The break-down of quantities and electronic file sizes for annual Form 1040 Individual Income Tax Return Statements -- including Form 1040, Form 1040A, Form 1040EZ and Form 1040PC -- can be found on the Internal Revenue Service web site at http://www.
Form 1040PC, introduced in 1992 and discontinued after
filing options (see below), including, for 1999, use of Form 1040PC.
Form 1040PC (computer-generated "paper") returns were not
While the number of 1040 (paper) returns has, therefore, increased over the time period shown, the rate of increase has been reduced by the use of the short forms, and, later, by electronic filing options (see below), including, for 1991-1999, use of Form 1040PC.
Form 1040PC (computer-generated "paper") returns were not reclassified for Statistics of Income for 1994-1999; data for Forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ for these years are not comparable with preceding years (Form 1040PC did not apply after 1999).
Form 1040PC (computer-generated "paper") returns were not reclassified for Statistics of Income for 1994-1999, data for Forms 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ for these years are not comparable with preceding years (Form 1040PC did not apply after 1999).