The Internal Revenue Service will no longer send out tax forms through the mail. The government agency decided to stop mailing the forms, because so many people now file electronically.
Over 96 million Americans filed online last year while only 11.5 million used the mailed forms.
"We're finding that more and more people are choosing to e-file, and the number of paper returns is going down," IRS spokesman Anthony Burke told CNN.
The IRS expects to save about $10 million a year by eliminating postage costs.
The agency said people who still want to file a paper return can get the forms off the IRS website, its offices, some libraries and post offices.