Tag: irs

OPINION: PDF Continues its March Toward Ubiquity

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About 20 years on, it looks like PDF’s inexorable march into dominance continues. The latest development is the US IRS’s decision to support PDF-based digital signatures on two key forms (8878 and 8879). The spec might say that ‘No specific technology is required’, but we all know that really means PDF. On a site called ‘Planet PDF’ though, we would say that!

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Ubiquitous PDF: 2009 IRS income tax forms available for download

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With less than a month to go until Americans will be scrambling to file their 2009 tax paperwork. Luckily, printable PDF versions of forms such as the 1040 can be downloaded for free from the IRS website.

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Making Accessibility a Reality at the IRS

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Maureen P. Goulder of the IRS outlines some of the steps taken to implement PDF accessibility at one of the World’s most active PDF forms processors — the US Internal Revenue Service.

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Adobe introduces PDF Forms with 2-D barcodes solution

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At AIIM 2004, Adobe Systems is introducing new forms processing technology that utilizes PDF, the free Adobe Reader and 2-D barcode technology.

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