Introduction to Tax, Taxation

To prepare Jackie O. Park''s tax return without the aid of Tax preparation software, complete the following steps:

Ensure that you have an Adobe Reader http://get.adobe.com/reader/ installed on your computer to open and use the downloadable IRS forms.
Determine which forms are necessary for Jackie O. Park''s tax return.
Go to the IRS Web site and download the fill-in tax forms that you will need to complete: Form 1040 and the appropriate schedules.
Complete all necessary downloaded fill-in forms on the computer and save.
Save the completed forms as PDFs and upload for grading.
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