The Illinois government website hosts all tax forms in viewable format, and the income tax form can be printed from its menu of tax documentation. This makes it much easier for all state residents with computer and printer access to file either electronically or via traditional mail-in forms.
Digitized tax filing and form access has been a major government initiative throughout the 2000s and early 2010s. Illinois has revamped their system so that in 2015, the absolute maximum amount of labor required to gain access to tax forms was going to a library and printing them off.
All other tax forms are available via the same process. The taxpayer need only access to the government website to find ready inroads to all manner of tax forms which service small business, estate services and many other areas in which documentation is of considerable importance. This makes for easy filing with a number of forms at the same time.
Illinois taxpayers can file online in an extremely short period of time, and submission is instantaneous. It also does not rely on the mail system, though it is still subject to a review process. This results in a process that is streamlined when considered as a whole, faster and easier to access.