IRS Free File opened Friday. It’s the ninth year for "Free File"; a program from the Internal Revenue Service that helps you prepare and file your income tax on line. A spokesperson for the IRS says, on a You Tube video, that the service is designed for people who make less than $58,000 a year. "If you make more than $58,000 and you're comfortable doing your own tax return, our online fill able forms may work for you. Free-File fill able forms is the electronic version of IRS paper forms; plus you can E-file." The IRS has issued a written statement saying that the IRS E-file is approaching the milestone on one billion returns processed. In 2010, nearly 100 million people; 70% of the taxpayer used IRS E-file. They claim not only is it a very safe and secure way to file your income tax, and files tend to get a speedier refund.