BISMARCK, N.D. - This is the second year the state tax commission will not be printing and mailing out tax booklets.
Photo courtesy of nd.gov/taxes
Those that don't want to file online can still print off the forms themselves. With more than 85 percent of North Dakotans filing online, the service is seen as unnecessary. They have had their budget cut in response to a predicted government funding gap.
"We're very proud of that, that we've been able to maintain our customer service even though we really had to cut back our budget," said Ryan Rauschenberger, North Dakota Tax Commissioner.
To find out more about your taxes, or to file online, you can go to nd.gov/tax