As an educational tool to show the new 1040, a creative person, copied & pasted both sides of the 1040 postcard onto one side of a normal page, then did a similar thing to put Sch 1/2 on one pg, Sch 3/4/5 on another, and Sch 6 on another. The actual creation is done on both sides of a page so everything fits on two pages.
Does anyone have any thoughts/experience as to whether IRS would object to using these? I can see that if you use a double-sided page they might overlook the back side but if you used single sided pages, would that be a problem?
I know that IRS has been getting later and later about send out forms…….late Feb/March seems to be the recent history so if you have to print your own, why not make something more reasonable.
This topic was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by kaneohe.
Of course IRS has no objection to using these for educational purposes, but don’t even think about filing a return on forms altered in this manner. When possible they process returns by scanning them, and their scanning software wouldn’t be able to scan these returns.