Regardless of which of the multiple return dates applied to taxpayers, e-filed returns during the 2007 filing season began pouring in early in the process and kept coming at a steady pace.

Statistics released by the Internal Revenue Service just prior to the end of the 2007 filing season showed e-filed returns up by 5.9 percent over the same period in 2006. Nearly a third of those returns were e-filed during March alone, up by more than 10 percent over last March.

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