As the South Carolina Department of Revenue pushes to have all individual taxpayers and professional tax preparers file their tax returns electronically, options remain for those who lack internet access.

Approximately 87% of SC taxpayers file electronically, according to SCDOR Digital Communications and Multimedia Manager Samantha Skeeter, and this tax season there is an expectation that more people will take advantage of electronic filing options.

The SCDOR’s online tax portal, which the department describes as “the safest and most efficient way to file,” can be found at dor.sc.gov/MyDORWAY.

In encouraging taxpayers to file electronically, the SCDOR will now only provide paper forms to taxpayers who do not otherwise have access to file online or print the form themselves. Taxpayers who do not otherwise have internet access to print a form or file online can contact the SCDOR to request paper forms by calling 844.898.8542. This service is not for tax professionals or businesses who can access printed forms or file online.

Paper forms can be downloaded here. All the department’s forms can be found here.