JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) -- Missouri revenue officials are encouraging taxpayers to file their state income tax returns online.
State Revenue Director Alana Barragan-Scott says electronic filing is faster and results in fewer errors than filing paper returns.
The agency says that last year, 61 percent of Missourians filed their returns online.
Barragan-Scott also said Missourians should make sure they know about changes in taxes on pensions and military families. There is also a new deduction for energy-efficient homes.
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