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Printing and USB Thumb...Risky?

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  1. #11

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    The risk is much much higher when clicking links of emails including your friends than using a thumb drive. In any case, windows is actually very resilient these days to viruses. I disable my anti virus to make my PC run faster but I would not advise anyone to do that unless you know what you are doing


  2. #12

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    why yourself a printer, I am using a decent brother inkjet printer purchased last year around HK$900


  3. #13

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    He said he have to print the empty forms and hand fill them with pen... no personal data

    Quote Originally Posted by bedford
    I have to do the taxes manually, with paper and slow mail.
    Quote Originally Posted by bedford
    download theforms from the IRS website into a thumbdrive and have it printed by a copy shop nearby.

  4. #14

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    Couldn't you have a PDF software where you can fill up the forms, sign and email back? Some ipad apps are very cheap, cheaper than buying a printer.

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