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You can register for an account by clicking on the “Register” button on the home page.
No, you have to first register for an account to file any forms.
E-filing sends data directly to the IRS and is more secure than filing through mail. E-filing is much faster than paper filing and users can expect an IRS response within 24 business hours.
Completing your return with Tax2efile can be done in as little as 5 minutes.
Once your return has been submitted, it will automatically be transmitted to the IRS. It can take between 24 and 48 hours to receive a confirmation from the IRS. We will send you an e-mail with an update on the return status.
The password to open your PDF document will be the last four of your EIN/SSN.
Yes, you can have multiple business profiles listed under one Tax2efile account.
A business should have an Employer Identification Number (EIN). If you don’t have one, you can apply online for one here. If you already have one but can not find it contact the IRS for more information.
A Third-Party Designee can be any person(s) who has been given the authority to discuss your tax return information with the IRS.
To retrieve your lost password, please use the “Forgot Password” link on the login screen and enter your registered user e-mail. A link will then be sent to your e-mail that will allow you to change your password.
When E-filing your returns electronically, nothing needs to be printed and sent to the IRS. Our service will send your return electronically to the IRS on your behalf.
Tax2efile keeps all filling that has been filed with Tax2efile on record under the business profiles history.
Anyone who operates a vehicle on public highways with a minimum gross weight of 55,000 pounds or above is required to file a 2290 Form. If the filer acquires more than 25 vehicles, e-filing is required by the IRS.
A Stamped Schedule 1 is proof of payment for a Heavy Vehicle Use Tax return (HVUT) Form. The stamped Schedule 1 is required by most agencies such as the DMV, DOT, etc, for vehicle registration purposes.
The PIN is used as an electronic signature on documents that are electronically transmitted to the IRS.
No, the IRS does not accept Social Security Numbers in place of Employer Identification Numbers.
The Month first used is the first month that the driver began to operate the vehicle on public highways during the tax year.
Form 2290 should be filed every year by August 31st, the tax period begins on July 1st and ends on June 30th every year. Form 2290 should be filed by the last day of the month following the month of first use.
Before the due date of the return, you may request an extension of time to file your return by writing to the Department of Treasury, Internal Revenue Service Center, Cincinnati, OH 45999-0031. The letter must fully explain the cause of the delay. However, an extension of time to file does not extend the time to pay the tax. A separate request has to be made for the extension of time to make a late payment. For taxpayers abroad, the extension may be for no more than 6 months.
Yes, Tax2efile has a feature that allows you to upload an excel sheet with multiple vehicles and their information.
Currently, there is no limitation; however, we recommend that you use our Premium Services to file for a larger number of vehicles. To learn more about our Premium Services, visit here
Yes, you can e-file your form after the due date however, there will be a penalty which will be calculated and communicated to you by the IRS.
Yes, you can claim a credit on the 2290 Form however, the credit amount cannot exceed the tax amount due.
You should notify the IRS to ensure that you receive all IRS correspondence at the new address.
The Taxable Gross Weight of a vehicle is the sum of the vehicle
An amendment on a 2290 Form is required when there is an increase in the Total Taxable Gross Weight or when the Mileage Use Limit was exceeded.
Once the Schedule has been received you cannot add a vehicle to the Schedule. You must file a new return for the additional vehicle
When filing out the 2290 Form, you are provided with four different options on how to make the tax payment to the IRS. Payment can be made through:
If you are making a Direct Debit Payment, attach the bank account statement. If you selected to make a payment with the EFTPS (Electronic Federal Tax Payment System), attach the acknowledgment obtained from the EFTPS. And if using the Credit Card or Debit Card method, you can attach the receipt with a copy of Schedule 1.
The payment at the end is the filing fee that you pay to transmit your form to the IRS. The IRS payment is a separate payment.
Highway motor vehicles that operate on public highways that have a taxable gross weight of 55,000 pounds or more are taxable. This may include trucks, buses, trailers, or semi-trailers.
You can file a final return if you no longer wish to file for the vehicle. You can simply file a 2290 Form and check the ‘Final Return’ box on your form.
The amendment month is the month in which the Taxable Gross Weight or Mileage Use limit was exceeded.
Yes, you can correct your VIN with no additional cost if it was filed with Tax2efile
Yes, the amended month can be the same as the month the vehicle was first used, but no sooner than the month of first use of the vehicle.
The IRS requires any corporation, partnership, employer, estate, and or trust, that is filing 250 or more information returns for the calendar year to be filed electronically.
No, Tax2efile is an e-filing provider and will file your return to the IRS with no need for any paper copies.
Yes, Tax2efile provides the filer with copies that can be printed and mailed out. We also offer a printing and mailing service that will print and mail out your forms to your payees.
Forms that can be printed and mailed are sent to your e-mail right after you submit your forms or you can use our printing and mailing services.
The penalty is based on whether the correct information is on the return. The penalty can be from $50 per 1099 Form, the maximum penalty can be up to $194,000. The penalty increases to $100 per 1099 Form if you submit more than 30 days after the due date, but by August 1; the maximum penalty is $556,500. If you file after August 1, the penalty increases to $280 per 1099 Form, with a maximum of $3,392,000. Additionally, there are penalties for failure to furnish the payee statement.
Yes, all forms can be e-mailed out to the payee the same day that they are submitted.
Yes, 1099 Forms have an option that allows the filer to make corrections to forms that have been filed already to the IRS.
No, Form 1096 is not required when you e-file. Form 1096 is a summary form and is only needed when filing on paper. Tax2efile provides a copy to the filer after they have submitted their forms.
No, we provide a copy that has been filled so you can print and mail it to your payees.
Tax2efile provides a TIN check service that allows you to check all TINs before filing them to the IRS.
No, you don’t have to but it’s highly suggested since this will prevent any inconveniences in the long run.
There could be many reasons why the TIN and the name do not match. It can be very likely due to a typo on either the name or the TIN. Sometimes the vendors use their DBA (Doing Business As) name instead of their legal entity name. The IRS only recognizes the legal entity name.
TIN checks are a $1.00 per TIN match request.
No, as long as the number is a valid Tax Identification Number that is a nine-digit number.
It is possible to file 1099s without the payee’s Tax ID. The filer will need to enter zeroes in the “Tax ID” field. However, for missing or incorrect Tax IDs reported on a 1099, the IRS issues CP2100 notices instructing you to initiate a TIN request from your vendor. To avoid these inconveniences, it is recommended to file the correct TIN in advance.
The payer is the filer, and the payee is the one that receives the payment.
The 1098-Series contains 7 different forms such as 1098- F, MORT, T, C, E, and Q. The 1098-Series also provides a 1098-MA but is currently only allowed to be filed by paper form.
Yes, Tax2efile provides the user to upload in bulk upload to save time.
Yes, the filer can print and mail the copies out to the recipients or can use our printing and mailing service.
Yes, Tax2efile has an e-mail service that will send a copy via e-mail to all of your recipients.
No, the only one that can make corrections to a form is the filer.
The IRS processes a refund within two to three weeks from the date the return was submitted but can be received much quicker if the direct debit option is selected.
Yes, Tax2efile supports combined federal and state.
That is not a problem, you can have your refund mailed as a check to your home address. You will always have the option to have your check mailed to your house regardless of if you are filing electronically or sending your return by mail.
Yes, the extension Form 4868 is used to request more time to file your 1040 Form. Tax2efile can also help with filling out Form 4868.
The deadline is April 18th of each year. If the due date falls on a weekend or a holiday the deadline will be on the next business day.
You can see the instructions of Form 1040 by clicking on www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/i1040gi.pdf.
The filing fee to file Form 1040 is free for most states but may have a small fee for certain states.
Contact your employer and request a W-2.
Form 4868 allows the taxpayer to have more time to file their federal income tax return but does NOT provide more time to pay any tax that may be owed.
Form 4868 allows the taxpayer to obtain 6 additional months to file their tax return.
The deadline to file Form 4868 is on April 18th this is also the deadline to pay any tax owed.
Form 4868 does not give an extension to pay any owed tax to the IRS.
Form 4868 can not be filed after the deadline has passed.
Anyone who is out of the country during tax season automatically gets 2 months of extension. However, they may file for an extension to obtain 4 additional months to have a total of 6 months.
You can find your AGI in your prior 1040 return.
If your business is a sole proprietorship, you can file Form 4868, all other businesses fall under Form 7004.
Tax2efile will send an email out to the user with a status update within 24-48 business hours.
Tax liability amount on 4868 refers to the amount estimated on Form 1040, 1040-SR, or 1040-NR, line 24; Form 1040-PR, line 6; or Form 1040-SS, line 6. *If you expect this amount to be zero, enter 0
No, filing an extension Form 4868 does not cause a risk of an audit.
An extension Form 4868 can be rejected if the user did not file the correct information or if filed past the deadline.
Form 7004 is used to request an extension to file a business tax return.
Form 7004 provides businesses with an extended time of 5 to 7 months.
The deadline for Form 7004 may vary for business categories, please refer to the link to get a more accurate deadline date for your extension Form. https://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-efile/ty2019_form7004_return_due_date_chart.pdf
For a sole proprietor, you should file extension Form 4868.
No, from 7004 only provides businesses with an extension of time to file, not an extension of payment.
Tax2efile will provide an email status update regarding your 7004 extensions.
If the business does not file its tax extension, a “failure to file” penalty will be applied to the business. The penalty percentage is 5% per month (up to 5 months) of the amount due.
It takes 24 to 48 hours to receive a confirmation from the IRS. However, if your form was submitted to the IRS before midnight your form will be marked as submitted on time.
Yes, Form 7004 tax extension includes IRS extensions for estates, trusts, and other entity types. You will file the same extension Form (IRS Tax Form 7004) as other businesses but should indicate that your tax extension is for a trust, estate, or other entity.
Form 8868 is used by tax-exempt organizations to request a 6-month extension to file their tax return.
The deadline to file Form 8868 is the 15th day of the 5th month after the ending month of your organization’s accounting period. Please refer to the IRS link to see the exact date https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/return-due-dates-for-exempt-organizations-annual-return.
The tax period beginning date and ending date of your organization should be on the first letter that the IRS sent you. If you no longer have access to the letter, please contact the IRS at 877-829-5500
The IRS does not ask for an explanation on why Form 8868 is being filed.
No, the IRS will have the acceptance of the 8868 Forms on record and will not be required to have the form attached with any initial tax return.
Tax2efile sends an e-mail confirmation when the form has been submitted. Tax2efile will also send an e-mail with any status updates on the form that was submitted.
Tax2efile does not do corrections or amendments for Form 8868. If you would like to make any changes to the extension, please contact the IRS at 877-829-5500.
Tax2efile will allow you to file your Form 8868 and will transmit the form over to the IRS however, your form will get rejected due to late filling.
Form 8868 provides a 6-month extension to file an organization’s tax return.
No, Form 8868 does not support Form 990-N.
Form 990-N is an electronic Notice that nonprofit organizations that make $55,000 or less use to report their annual income tax.
If the organization has already changed its accounting period within the last 10 calendar years, it must use Form 1128PDF, Application to Adopt, Change, or Retain a Tax Year, to change its accounting period
In order to change this, you must file an amended return with a request to change your fiscal year.
Yes, Tax2efile sends an email right after filing a form with all of the submission details and will keep you updated if there are any updates on the form.
Unfortunately, there are no corrections or amendments to Form 990-N. If the form has invalid information the form will get rejected. However, Tax2efile will provide you with a credit to the account that allows you to resubmit with no extra charge.
The IRS does not apply any penalties to late filing but will revoke the exempt status if there is no tax reported for three consecutive years.
Tax2efile allows filers to file three years prior of the current tax year.
An E-postcard should be filed after the tax year has ended. If an E-postcard is submitted before the tax year has ended, the E-postcard will be rejected.
Yes, Form 7004 tax extension includes IRS extensions for estates, trusts, and other entity types. You will file the same extension form (IRS Tax Form 7004) as other businesses but should indicate that your tax extension is for a trust, estate, or other entity.
Form 8849 Schedule 6 is used to claim a refund of excise taxes, reasons to claim a refund may be if a:
To file Form 8849 the filer will need to have the VIN, the amount of the refund, and the tax period that the refund will be submitted for.
Schedule 6 at the moment. Schedule 6 is used to make claims on taxes reported on IRS Form 2290.
Tax2efile does not support these Schedules at the moment Tax2efile only supports Schedule 6.
Yes, Tax2efile allows the user to file for more than one vehicle claim in an 8849 Form.
Refunds for an electronically-filed Form 8849, with Schedule 6 will be processed within 45 business days of receiving acceptance by the IRS.
Refunds are manually processed and distributed by the IRS as a paper check.
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