Re (3): US tax forms with acroread from debian-multimedia
From: "Boyd Stephen Smith Jr." <email@example.com>
Date: Wed, 09 Mar 2011 12:58:41 -0600
> Most web-based tax services use end-to-
> end encryption to prevent the data from being intercepted both times it is "on
> the wire": from you to them and from them to the IRS.
True in Canada also. Revenue Canada qualifies a service before the provider
can legitimately offer it to the public. Haven't checked, but a likely
requirement to maintain this qualification is that privacy be maintained.
Making the substantial investment to offer the service and then publishing
personal data would be too foolish.
> I am not sure if the IRS supports direct electronic filing by individuals ...
Rev. Ca. accepted electronic returns from individuals for 2008 and 2009.
Didn't try in 2007.
> ... if the tools to do so are available in Debian.
Iceweasel worked with no difficulties.
On 2011-03-09 11:10:39 John Hasler wrote:
>Sure, if you don't mind publishing your tax returns.
I'm near the bottom of the food chain. A person would have to be quite
desperate for reading material to bother with my return.
Regards, ... Peter E.
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