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Sign in Oklahoma Last Will And Testament for Healthcare / Medical

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How to sign federal tax return when e-filing for deceased spouse?

This was a popular topic with the community after a reader who had died recently brought in the question. Here's what you need to do, and why.We all know e-filing taxes, but what about the federal tax return when your spouse dies? It's a common question we were asked when a loved one (or even the same family member) died recently. This situation occurs because the tax forms you filled out in the year that loved one died are often sent to the IRS along with a copy of the deceased's will, and the IRS cannot open the file.It is possible for the forms to be opened, but we know that a number of people have had the IRS send the forms back in their names without opening them up.As it relates to the federal tax forms, the IRS may not be able to open the federal tax return, but they do have several options. The most basic option is to send the form to us. That means you will have to fill it in out yourself. If it isn't your filing and you don't fill it out, the forms may not be opened and you'll have to pay the tax penalty.However, there is an even simpler, less expensive way to have the IRS open the return if you are sending it to us: just fax or mail in a copy of the form. You may have to pay for the printing of the return, but it is less costly than having it faxed. There is no fee for faxing or mailing a federal return.If the IRS won't mail or fax a federal or state filing, you can file it yourself. The easiest and fastest way is to print a copy, fill it out, fax, or m...