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This discovery is aligned with the increasing number of Americans choosing to bypass the computer and handle personal finances from their pocket. That means taxpayers are nearly as comfortable with mobile tax filing as they are using a mobile wallet (51%) or giving bank account information via smartphone (52%).
While research further shows this trend toward mobile ease is largely driven by a generational gap, with the Millennials and GenXers showing the highest comfort, older generations are also adopting smartphone financial management. Cricket's national survey finds that 56 percent of 18-29 year-olds would file their tax returns on their phone compared to 34 percent of 45-64 year-olds.
Applications today, such as the TurboTax SnapTax mobile app from Intuit and the
Courtesy of Cricket, anyone can now also receive more cash back when purchasing a new phone.
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