The Internal Revenue Service announced that the recently completed 2006 filing season set a series of records, highlighted by 70 million tax returns being filed electronically this year and home computer usage jumping 18 percent.

The jump in e-filing reflected a larger increase in the use of electronic services. The IRS saw new records in filings from home computers and the use of IRS.gov.

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