E-Filing

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E-Filing

The act or practice of filing necessary paperwork online or otherwise electronically. E-filing has become increasingly common with the advent of the Internet. Individuals may e-file their tax returns, for example. Likewise, corporations often e-file their SEC statements through EDGAR.
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In addition, taxpayers will need significant time in which to test the new program to ensure that the return to be efiled is accurate and complete.
The use of standardized, efiled forms may produce the unintended consequence of impairing the IRS's goal of becoming more current on audits.
Employees will have instant access to all W-2s eFiled over multiple years.
Your documents can be eFiled using your fax machine - eLaw organizes and files them automatically.
Returns can be efiled anytime between the end of the filing period and the due date, and the date (up to the due date) on which payment is deducted from the client's bank account can be specified.
All unemployment, new hire, wage withholding and W2's can be eFiled for a small fee starting at $4.