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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After processing payroll, the solution generates tax file information and can create e-files (or magnetic media) suitable for filing to state and federal agencies.
The CD/Download version includes five federal e-files, state returns, and unlimited federal returns.
We will gradually link the system with private hospitals that could also have access to the e-files," he said.
Bahrain's Health Ministry will launch its national e-files project early next year, at a cost of between BD25 million ($66 million) and BD30 million.
The next stage is for the designs to be converted into e-files by Tyneside firm ND Creative.
For financial services and technology firms, which have mounds of e-files and other electronically stored data, 19 percent and 18 percent, respectively, reported facing courts and tribunals not up to the challenge.
I hope to promote and encourage greater use of technology via our Web site, with web-based forms and resources, as we move to incorporate more e-files, which will improve service to both our staff and customers.
Employ the same principles you used to organize your personal e-files, but this time, bring your colleagues in on the process.
By 1998, he had found time for a guest starring role on the E-Files, while he went into print with a book entitled Freak Like Me, which made it into the best-seller listings.
The technology is easy to use and helps people create a comprehensive way to turn unorganised e-files into cleanly labeled document collections.
Businesses and citizens have used the service since November 2000 and the FERC estimates that it has processed more than 22,000 e-files.
But a new dossier called the E-Files, made for US television but not yet seen in Britain, will send shockwaves around the world.