Form 8453

Form 8453

A form that an individual files with the IRS to declare that his/her tax return was e-filed.
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For e-filed returns that do not include the transaction details, a taxpayer must attach Form 8949 (or a statement with the same information), to Form 8453, U.
Adhere to the duties of an ERO after submitting the return, including recordkeeping and documentation requirements, resubmission of rejected returns, acknowledgement of transmitted returns data, the use of Form 9325, Acknowledgement and General Information for Taxpayers Who File Returns Electronically, and sending paper signatures and attachments using Form 8453, Individual Income Tax Declaration for an IRS E-File Return.
The signature of the taxpayer is recorded on Form 8453 at the time the electronic return is originated.
In addition, a signature document (or jurat) Form 8453 which is a paper requirement with electronic filing, must be retained by employers until the end of the calendar year.
They can print out Form 8453 OL from their tax software and mail the signature form to the IRS and then electronically file their return.
The required signature, Form 8453 (Jurat form), disrupts the normal processing of the tax returns in a CPA office.
In many cases, the only paper required is Form 8453 which provides a taxpayer signature and the taxpayer's W-2 form.
To file a return electronically, a taxpayer must prepare his or her return using an IRS-approved software package such as TaxCut, complete Form 8453 (U.
When paper filing, they attach broker's statements and spread-sheets to the back of the return, and when e-filing, they staple these same attachments to the signature Form 8453.
Other barriers that have been eliminated are Forms W-2, 1099 and W-2G, which are no longer required as attachments to Form 8453, U.
Upon completing client tax returns, practitioners fax the returns, W-2s and Form 8453 to FAX-TAX, who then inputs the data into their computer system.