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Many in Mass. stick with paper tax returns to avoid fees

Every year, John Landry fills out tax returns for his family using TurboTax software and zaps them electronically to the IRS before the April 15 deadline.

But when it comes to his state returns, the Maynard resident prints out the forms, takes them to the post office, and mails them to the Department of Revenue to avoid a fee of $19.99 per return.

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