Tax Pros Hold eFiling Market Share as Tax Seasons Winds Down
Join the Survey. Get the Results

Refunds up but barely.

Congratulations! You survived Tax Season 2020!
Today’s Bonus Question: What’s next?

Join the survey. Get the answers.

By Beth Bellor

As the extended 2020 tax season drags to a close, nearly all the touchpoints remain in the red.

MORE: Tax Pros Take Bigger Share of E-filings | The Mystery of 10 Million Missing Tax Returns | Tax Pro E-Filings Down 20 Percent | IRS Web Traffic Doubles over Year-Ago | COVID Drowns IRS in New Filings | 2020 Tax Season Comes to a Screeching Halt | The Tax Season 2020 Dumpster Fire | Tax Pros Fall Behind 6.2% in Returns Filed | Tax Pros Trail by 908,000 Returns | Tax Pro IRS Filings Lag by 532,000 | Tax Pro E-Filings Lag by 512,000 Returns | Tax Pros Kick into High Gear | Slow Start for Tax Pro E-filing | Data Points Down as Tax Season Opens | The Fight for New Tax Clients
GoProCPA.comExclusively for PRO Members. Log in here or upgrade to PRO today.

The Internal Revenue Service had received 142.4 million individual income tax returns, down 2 percent from the same period in 2019, as of July 3, the latest data available. It had processed 130.6 million returns, down 9.5 percent.