Tax Day came, and went.
For many in the Postal Service, it was a day just like any other. Remember the good old days, with hordes crowded in our lobbies, frantic last-minute filers checking postmarks and the local police directing traffic?
Not so anymore.
Lately, however, Tax Day is just a regular day — no extra staff, no added hours and no large crowds for many offices.
Blame it on e-filing, which the IRS has been vigorously promoting. So far this year, 85 percent of tax returns were filed electronically, compared with 78 percent a year ago, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
What was it like in your office? Comment here.