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Oregon Department of Revenue has computer available in Bend office to help taxpayers with electronic filing

Oregon Dept. of Revenue

BEND, Ore. (KTVZ) — All Oregon resident taxpayers preparing their own returns in 2024 can file electronically at no cost using one of Oregon’s free file options, and taxpayers in Central Oregon can now file their returns using a special kiosk set up in the Bend regional office.

The computer can be used to file taxes through the free fillable forms and Direct File Oregon e-file options.

The Bend office, located at 951 SW Simpson Ave, Suite 100, is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (closed for lunch 12:30-1:30 p.m.). No appointment is necessary. Use of the computer to file taxes is on a first-come, first-served basis. Employees cannot help prepare returns but can answer basic questions.

E-filing is the fastest way for a taxpayer to get their refund. On average, taxpayers who e-file their returns and request their refund via direct deposit receive their refund two weeks sooner than those who file paper returns and request paper refund checks.

Kioks are also available in the Eugene and Medford regional offices.

“We’re excited to offer these computer kiosks as a way to file electronically for those without a computer or those who fill out paper forms and want to transfer their data into one of the two available options to receive their refund sooner,” said Megan Denison, administrator of the department’s Personal Tax and Compliance Division.

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