This was the year that I really wanted a get-out-of-filing-tax-returns-free card. But I slowly slogged through sorting through the paperwork, gathering the numbers, and working through the forms.
I still use the paper forms. I printed them out at home, which was a bit of work as I ended up moving our old-and-dying printer over to the FreeGeek computer. Otherwise, I would have made copies or printouts at the library. You can also order paper forms online for free from the IRS, in limited quantities, but they take several weeks to arrive.
My slow start turned out not to matter, as we were among the taxpayers affected by the new delay in issuing refunds.
It is always interesting to see how the numbers for the year come out. In 2016, we were able to increase our giving, but we again failed to outgive God: our car made it through the year with only a few minor repairs, for example.