Frequently Asked Questions

No. You would need to create an account with us before you can have access to our services and website features.
Completing your return using our service on average takes 10-15 minutes. You are able to save and complete your return at a later time at any point during the filing process.
As soon as your return has been submitted, it will automatically be transmitted to the IRS. It can take between 24-48 hours to receive a schedule 1 from the IRS after submitting your return. We will send you updates about your return via your registered email.
Yes! You have the ability to save your return at any point during your filing process and continue filing your return at a later date.
Yes. You have the ability to create multiple company profiles under a single registered account.
The EIN, also known as the Employer Identification Number, is a nine digit number which is assigned to each registered business owner, via the IRS.
A Third Party Designee can be any person(s) who have been given the authority to discuss your tax return information with the IRS.
When 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.
We keep an electronic copy of your tax returns for up to 2 years. If you would like to retrieve the copies of your returns within this 2 years time frame, please feel free to contact us via phone or email or via our live chat service.
If you would like copies of returns that were filed more than 2 years ago, please contact the IRS.
The official name of Form 8849 is Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes.
If a claim was not made for any gallons during the income tax year on Form 8849, an annual claim may be made. Generally, an annual claim is made on Form 4136.

You'll need your Name and Taxpayer Identification Number(TIN) on each schedule of the form.You'll also need :

  • The period of the claim
  • Item number
  • Rate
  • Number of gallons
  • Amount of refund
Schedules 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8 are used to claim certain fuel related refunds such as nontaxable use or sales of fuels. Schedule 6 is used to make claims on taxes reported on Form 720-Quarterly Federal Excise Tax Return, Form 730-Monthly Tax Return for Wagers, Form 2290- Heavy Highway vehicle Use tax return and Form 11-C- occupational Tax and registration return for Wagering. Schedule 6 has been revised to include claims for the alternative fuel credit under Form 720 for certain exempt entities.
No. Only one claim can be filed per quarter.
Yes. The amount of the claim must be at least $750. You can aggregate amounts from any quarter in the same income tax year for which no other claim has been made.
A claim must be filed during the first quarter following the last quarter included in the claim. So a claim for the quarters consisting of July through September and October through December, must be filed between January 1 and March 31.
It's for a registered ultimate vendor of undyed diesel fuel, undyed kerosene, kerosene sold for use in aviation, gasoline or aviation gasoline.

The credits that can be taken on Schedule 3 includes:

  • Alcohol Fuel Mixture Credit
  • Biodiesel or Renewable Diesel Mixture Credit
  • Alternative Fuel Mixture Credit
Schedule 5 allows you to file a claim for a refund of Second Tax paid for the following fuel types: Gasoline, aviation gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, diesel-water, fuel emulsion, dyed diesel fuel.
Schedule 6 is used to make claims on taxes reported on Forms 720, 730, 2290 and Form 11-C.
Registered credit card issuers can make a claim for refund or payment of tax paid on certain sales of taxable fuel like diesel, kerosene or gasoline, to state and local governments and certain sales of gasoline to nonprofit educational organization.
Offering electronic filing of Form 8849 will satisfy the Congressional mandate to provide filers an electronic option for filing Form 8849, Schedule 3. Schedules 1, 2, 5, 6 and 8, are also available.
Any taxpayer who pays the provider’s required service fee for online submission will be able to electronically transmit Form 8849.
IRS has posted the contact information of all approved E-file transmitters. You will need to select one to your liking. IRS does not endorse any one provider and cannot make recommendations. All listed providers are approved to submit returns to the IRS electronically.
IRS is currently accepting electronically-filed Form 8849, Schedules 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 8. Check with approved E-file transmitters for which schedules they offer.
Taxpayers will be required to submit their electronic Excise Tax forms through an approved transmitter/software developer.
Yes. To electronically file Excise forms, taxpayers will incur the cost of the provider’s required service fee for online submission.
No. At this point, the only Excise forms available for electronic filing are Form 2290, Heavy Highway Vehicle Use Tax; Form 720, Quarterly Federal Excise Tax; and Form 8849, Claim for Refund of Excise Taxes (Schedules 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 8).
Yes, IRS will continue to accept paper Forms 8849. Electronic filing of the Form 8849 is optional.
Refunds for an electronically filed Form 8849, with Schedule 2, 3 or 8, will be processed within 20 days of acceptance by the IRS. All other Form 8849 schedules are processed within 45 days of acceptance.
Currently, Excise Refunds are manually processed and distributed in the form of paper cheques. IRS is working to make an electronic refund option available.
An Information Return is a Tax Document. Businesses are required to file to report certain business transactions to the Internal Revenue Service(IRS). The requirement to file Information Returns is mandated by the Internal Revenue Service and associated regulations.
Any person, including a corporation, partnership, individual, estate and trust, who makes reportable transactions during the calendar year, must file information returns to report those transactions to the IRS. Persons required to file Information Returns to the IRS must also furnish statements to the recipients of the income. Filers who have 250 or more recipient statements must file these returns electronically.
Form 1099-MISC is used to report Miscellaneous Income and also, use to report direct sales of $5,000 or more of consumer goods for resale.
Rent or royalty payments; prizes and awards that are not for services, such as winnings on TV or radio shows.
The due date to file to IRS is February 28th, if you file on paper or April 2, 2019, if you E-file.
If the following four conditions are met, you must generally report a payment as Non-Employee Compensation :
  • You made the payment to someone who is not your employee.
  • You made the payment for services in the course of your trade or business(including government agencies and nonprofit organizations).
  • You made the payment to an individual, partnership, estate, or in some cases, a corporation.
  • You made payments to the payee of at least $600 during the year.
In general, Rent Payments of $600 or more and/or gross Royalty Payments of $10 or more must be reported. See IRS instructions for Form 1099-MISC for additional information.
All amounts paid to crew members by owners or operators of fishing boats including payments of proceeds from sale of catch has to be reported.
All amounts have to be reported under Section 409A income from Non-Qualified Deferred Compensation Plans(NQDCs).
If the paid amount is $600 or more you must report the 1099-MISC Form.
The amount has to be reported if the paid amount is $600 or more.
The amount has to be reported if the paid amount is $600 or more.
Copy B of Form 1099 MISC is due by February 15th if substitute payments are reported in box 8 or gross proceeds paid to an attorney are reported in box 14. If no such payments are reported, January 31, remains the due date for providing Copy B to recipients of 1099 MISC.
Federal Identification Number, also known as an Employer Identification Number(EIN), is used to identify a business entity.
Recipient’s Identification Number is a person’s Taxpayer Identification Number for whom the payment is made.
  • 1099 MISC Copy A is from you, the filer, to the IRS. This copy is E-filed to the IRS by Tax2efile. Tax2efile will send you a confirmation.
  • 1099 MISC Copy 1 is for your state tax department. When required by the state, send them all in one envelope.
  • 1099 MISC Copy B is from you to the recipient for his / her records. The "Instructions to Recipient" are automatically printed on this copy by Tax2efile.
  • 1099 MISC Copy 2 is from you to the recipient, for the recipient's state tax return(when required) or as an extra copy for the recipient.
  • 1099 MISC Copy C is a copy for your records.
Type of Payment Report on Form
Abandonment 1099-A
Accelerated death benefits 1099-LTC
Acquisition of control 1099-CAP
Advance earned income credit W-2
Advance health insurance payments 1099-H
Agriculture payments 1099-G
Allocated tips W-2
Alternate TAA payments 1099-G
Annuities 1099-R
Archer MSAs:
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Auto reimbursements, employee W-2
Awards, employee W-2
Barter exchange income 1099-B
Bonuses, employee W-2
Broker transactions 1099-B
Cancellation of debt 1099-C
Capital gain distributions 1099-DIV
Car expense, employee W-2
Changes in capital structure 1099-CAP
Charitable gift annuities 1099-R
Commissions, employee W-2
Commodities transactions 1099-B
Compensation, employee W-2
Contributions of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes 1098-C
Cost of current life insurance protection 1099-R
Type of Payment Report on Form
Coverdell ESA contributions 5498-ESA
Coverdell ESA distributions 1099-Q
Death benefits 1099-R
Accelerated 1099-LTC
Debt cancellation 1099-C
Dependent care payments W-2
Direct rollovers 1099-Q, 1099-R, 5498
Discharge of indebtedness 1099-C
Dividends 1099-C
Donation of motor vehicle 1098-C
Education loan interest 1098-E
Employee business expense reimbursement W-2
Employee compensation W-2
Excess deferrals, excess contributions, distributions of 1099-R
Exercise of incentive stock option under section 422(b) 3921
Fees, employee W-2
Foreclosures 1099-A
Foreign persons' income 1042-S
401(k) contributions W-2
404(k) dividend 1099-DIV
Gambling winnings W-2G
Golden parachute, employee W-2
Grants, taxable 1099-G
Health insurance advance payments 1099-H
Health savings accounts:
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Type of Payment Report on Form
Income attributable to domestic production activities, deduction for
Income tax refunds, state and local 1099-G
Interest income 1099-INT
Tax-exempt 1099-INT
Interest, mortgage 1098
IRA contributions 5498
Life insurance contract distributions 1099-R, 1099-LTC
Liquidation, distributions in 1099-DIV
Loans, distribution from pension plan 1099-R
Long-term care benefits 1099-LTC
HSA, Archer MSA or Medicare Advantage MSAs:
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Mileage, employee W-2
Military retirement 1099-R
Mortgage insurance premiums 1098
Mortgage interest 1098
Moving expense W-2
Nonqualified deferred compensation:
Beneficiary 1099-R
Employee W-2
Original issue discount (OID) 1099-OID
Patronage dividends 1099-PATR
Pensions 1099-R
Points 1098
Prizes, employee W-2
Profit-sharing plan 1099-R
Qualified plan distributions 1099-R
Qualified tuition program payments 1099-Q
Type of Payment Report on Form
Real estate transactions 1099-S
Re-characterized IRA contributions 1099-R, 5498
Refund, state and local tax 1099-G
Retirement 1099-R
Roth conversion IRA contributions 5498
Roth conversion IRA distributions 1099-R
Roth IRA contributions 5498
Roth IRA distributions 1099-R
Timber, pay-as-cut contract 1099-S
Sales:
Real estate 1099-S
Securities 1099-B
Section 1035 exchange 1099-R
SEP contributions W-2, 5498
SEP distributions 1099-R
Severance pays W-2
Sick pay W-2
SIMPLE contributions W-2, 5498
SIMPLE distributions 1099-R
Student loan interest 1098-E
Supplemental unemployment W-2
Tax refunds, state and local 1099-G
Tips W-2
Transfer of stock acquired through an employee stock purchase plan under section 423(c) 3922
Tuition 1098-T
Unemployment benefits 1099-G
Vacation allowance, employee W-2
Wages W-2
   
An Information Return is a Tax Document, businesses are required to file to report certain business transactions to the Internal Revenue Service(IRS). The requirement to file Information Returns is mandated by the Internal Revenue Service and Associated Regulations.
Any person, including a corporation, partnership, individual, estate and trust, who makes reportable transactions during the calendar year, must file information returns to report those transactions to the IRS. Persons required to file Information Returns to the IRS must also furnish statements to the recipients of the income. Filers who have 250 or more recipient statements must file these returns electronically.
IRS Form 1098 is used to report Mortgage Interest paid to lenders / recipients during the tax year.
IRS Form 1098-T is used primarily by Educational Institutions to report Tuition Payments.
The Due Date for Form 1098 is April 15th.
Federal Identification Number is also known called as an Employer Identification Number(EIN), which is used to identify a business entity.
Recipient’s(Payee) Identification Number is a person’s Taxpayer Identification Number for whom the payment is made-typically a Social Security or a Tax Identification Number.
Tax2efile currently supports E-filing for Forms 1098-MORT and 1098-T. Tax2efile is currently revising E-filing process for Forms 1098-C and 1098-E. Both forms will be available shortly. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding your submission or Form 1098.
Partnerships, estates and trusts, multi-member LLCs who file Form 1065, Form 8804, Form 1041(estate other than a bankruptcy estate) and Form 1041(trust) can use IRS form 7004 to request for a 5-1/2-Month tax extension. Most other types of business entities who are C corporations, S corporations, foreign corporations, REMICs, and REITs can use IRS form 7004 to request a 6- or 7-Month tax extension.
Form 7004 cannot be filed electronically for Forms 8612, 8613, 8725, 8831, 8876, or 706-GS(D). For details on electronic filing, see www.IRS.gov/efile7004. If you do not file electronically, file paper Form 7004 with the Internal Revenue Service Center at the applicable address for your return.
You can get a business tax extension by filing Form 7004 by the original due date of your tax return. For corporations, the due date is the 15th day of the 3rd Month after the close of the tax year, which is March 15 for calendar year filers. For partnerships, as well as most estates, trusts, and multi-member LLCs, the due date is the 15th day of the 4th Month following the end of the tax year, which is April 15 for calendar year filers.
For sole proprietors, form 4868 is prescribed as personal tax extension since you report your business activities on your personal income tax return(Form 1040, Schedule C). Submit a personal tax extension - Form 4868 to extend the filing deadline for both business and personal tax forms. Visit our website Tax2efile.com to E-file your personal tax extension.
No. You should pay the tax amount you owe or a realistic estimate, by the original due date. An extension of time to file your return does not grant you an extension of time to pay your taxes. If you have any other questions related to your business tax extension form, kindly get in touch with Tax2efile customer support and we will be glad to help.
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Forms

Type of Payment Report on Form
Abandonment 1099-A
Accelerated death benefits 1099-LTC
Acquisition of control 1099-CAP
Advance earned income credit W-2
Advance health insurance payments 1099-H
Agriculture payments 1099-G
Allocated tips W-2
Alternate TAA payments 1099-G
Annuities 1099-R
Archer MSAs:  
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Auto reimbursements, employee W-2
Awards, employee W-2
Barter exchange income 1099-B
Bonuses, employee W-2
Broker transactions 1099-B
Cancellation of debt 1099-C
Capital gain distributions 1099-DIV
Car expense, employee W-2
Changes in capital structure 1099-CAP
Charitable gift annuities 1099-R
Commissions, employee W-2
Commodities transactions 1099-B
Compensation, employee W-2
Contributions of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes 1098-C
Cost of current life insurance protection 1099-R
Type of Payment Report on Form
Coverdell ESA contributions 5498-ESA
Coverdell ESA distributions 1099-Q
Death benefits 1099-R
Accelerated 1099-LTC
Debt cancellation 1099-C
Dependent care payments W-2
Direct rollovers 1099-Q, 1099-R, 5498
Discharge of indebtedness 1099-C
Dividends 1099-C
Donation of motor vehicle 1098-C
Education loan interest 1098-E
Employee business expense reimbursement W-2
Employee compensation W-2
Excess deferrals, excess contributions, distributions of 1099-R
Exercise of incentive stock option under section 422(b) 3921
Fees, employee W-2
Foreclosures 1099-A
Foreign persons' income 1042-S
401(k) contributions W-2
404(k) dividend 1099-DIV
Gambling winnings W-2G
Golden parachute, employee W-2
Grants, taxable 1099-G
Health insurance advance payments 1099-H
Health savings accounts:  
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Type of Payment Report on Form
Income attributable to domestic production activities, deduction for
Income tax refunds, state and local 1099-G
Interest income 1099-INT
Tax-exempt 1099-INT
Interest, mortgage 1098
IRA contributions 5498
Life insurance contract distributions 1099-R, 1099-LTC
Liquidation, distributions in 1099-DIV
Loans, distribution from pension plan 1099-R
Long-term care benefits 1099-LTC
HSA, Archer MSA or Medicare Advantage MSAs:  
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Mileage, employee W-2
Military retirement 1099-R
Mortgage insurance premiums 1098
Mortgage interest 1098
Moving expense W-2
Nonqualified deferred compensation:  
Beneficiary 1099-R
Employee W-2
Original issue discount (OID) 1099-OID
Patronage dividends 1099-PATR
Pensions 1099-R
Points 1098
Prizes, employee W-2
Profit-sharing plan 1099-R
Qualified plan distributions 1099-R
Qualified tuition program payments 1099-Q
Type of Payment Report on Form
Real estate transactions 1099-S
Re-characterized IRA contributions 1099-R, 5498
Refund, state and local tax 1099-G
Retirement 1099-R
Roth conversion IRA contributions 5498
Roth conversion IRA distributions 1099-R
Roth IRA contributions 5498
Roth IRA distributions 1099-R
Timber, pay-as-cut contract 1099-S
Sales:  
Real estate 1099-S
Securities 1099-B
Section 1035 exchange 1099-R
SEP contributions W-2, 5498
SEP distributions 1099-R
Severance pay W-2
Sick pay W-2
SIMPLE contributions W-2, 5498
SIMPLE distributions 1099-R
Student loan interest 1098-E
Supplemental unemployment W-2
Tax refunds, state and local 1099-G
Tips W-2
Transfer of stock acquired through an employee stock purchase plan under section 423(c) 3922
Tuition 1098-T
Unemployment benefits 1099-G
Vacation allowance, employee W-2
Wages W-2

Refund Policy

  • Refunds will not be given once the return has been transmitted to the IRS.
  • Refunds will not be provided if the federal agency rejects the return based on processing.
  • Refund must be requested within 30 days from the payment date.
  • It takes about 5-7 business days to process your refund.
  • Corrections may be re-transmitted for no additional cost.
  • If you need to change the EIN, form type, or tax year on any tax return after you have already paid or submitted your return, it will be counted as an additional return and you will be charged for that return.
  • The credits purchased on Tax2efile.com do not expire and will be available in your account until they are used for your order regardless of tax year. Refunds will not be given out for unused credits, over-purchased credits, and any other situation in which credit refund is being requested.
No.You would first need to register with us in order to use our services.
Completing your return online it takes 10-15 minutes if you have the information ready.
As soon as the return is submitted with us, it'll be transmitted to the IRS. It can take anywhere between 24-48 hours to receive any confirmation from IRS about the status of your return. We do our best to communicate the status of your returns with you through your registered email address.
Yes, you can save at any point and come back later to file your return.
Yes, you can have multiple companies with single user registration.
The Employer Identification Number is a 9 digit number assigned by IRS.
A Third Party Designee can be any other person who has been given the authority to discuss your tax payment details with the IRS.
Please use "Forgot Password" link at the home page and enter your registered email-id to recover your password.
You don't need to print the form. After completing the return you can submit the form with us to send your return electronically to IRS.
We keep your electronic returns for 2 years online. If you want your old return copies, please call our customer service center.
If you want your old return copies, please call our customer service center.

Our website, Tax2efile.com, offers an interactive and user-friendly web platform that will make the filing process easier for you. We have made the process of entering your personal tax information to file your extension form 4868 with your most up-to-date tax information easier and hassle free. If 90% or more of your taxes owed are deemed to be payable on the tax due date of April 15th, you may be qualified to receive an extension of 6-Month, as slated through Form 4868.

This IRS Form 4868 as per instructions and by E-filing with Tax2efile.com would extend the original due date April 15th in an annual tax year to help you filing your exact tax return by October 15th in the same tax year as notified.

But 95% of the application through Tax2efile.com towards "Application for Automatic Extension of Time to File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return" as applied by the eligible candidates is all approved by IRS facilitating the required extension of time as applicable depending on each circumstance.

Our website carries the IRS Form 4868 with user-friendly software as authorized by IRS so as to guide you in step-by-step process just like a one-to-one conversation with easy question and answer session, to receive the benefit of filing form 4868 if you are deemed to be an eligible individual.

Certainly this form 4868 holds good for individuals filing Form 1040 and its series as 1040-A, 1040-EZ, 1040-NR, 1040-NR-EZ, 1040-PR and 1040-SS are here to get the benefit of this IRS Form for the required extension of time for 6-Month, if at all they require. The eligible members filing Form 4868 as Application for Automatic Extension of Time To File U.S. Individual Income Tax Return can be Individuals, Sole proprietorships(Schedule C), Single-member LLCs and Independent Contractors needing to file IRS Form 1099 are all here to have the privilege for extending their tax return filing due dates from the original due date April 17th in a tax year to October 15th for the same tax year should be understood.
Individuals filing Form 1040 and other associated sole proprietorships, single member LLCs who need to file the series of IRS forms as applicable viz., 1040-A, 1040-EZ, 1040-NR, 1040-NR-EZ, 1040-PR and 1040-SS including the independent contractors filing form 1099 have to report to IRS with tax amount payable at least to an extent of appropriating to 90% of their tax subject by arriving at a ballpark figure to be paid on April 17th in a tax year as applicable directed and scheduled by IRS to be the norm for filing the IRS Form 4868 to gain the further extension of time of 6-Month should be noted. There is no way to be misconstrued as a given privileged extension time for delaying the tax amounts payable on the original due date April 17th in a tax year to IRS exchequer.

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Forms

Type of Payment Report on Form
Abandonment 1099-A
Accelerated death benefits 1099-LTC
Acquisition of control 1099-CAP
Advance earned income credit W-2
Advance health insurance payments 1099-H
Agriculture payments 1099-G
Allocated tips W-2
Alternate TAA payments 1099-G
Annuities 1099-R
Archer MSAs:  
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Auto reimbursements, employee W-2
Awards, employee W-2
Barter exchange income 1099-B
Bonuses, employee W-2
Broker transactions 1099-B
Cancellation of debt 1099-C
Capital gain distributions 1099-DIV
Car expense, employee W-2
Changes in capital structure 1099-CAP
Charitable gift annuities 1099-R
Commissions, employee W-2
Commodities transactions 1099-B
Compensation, employee W-2
Contributions of motor vehicles, boats, and airplanes 1098-C
Cost of current life insurance protection 1099-R
Type of Payment Report on Form
Coverdell ESA contributions 5498-ESA
Coverdell ESA distributions 1099-Q
Death benefits 1099-R
Accelerated 1099-LTC
Debt cancellation 1099-C
Dependent care payments W-2
Direct rollovers 1099-Q, 1099-R, 5498
Discharge of indebtedness 1099-C
Dividends 1099-C
Donation of motor vehicle 1098-C
Education loan interest 1098-E
Employee business expense reimbursement W-2
Employee compensation W-2
Excess deferrals, excess contributions, distributions of 1099-R
Exercise of incentive stock option under section 422(b) 3921
Fees, employee W-2
Foreclosures 1099-A
Foreign persons' income 1042-S
401(k) contributions W-2
404(k) dividend 1099-DIV
Gambling winnings W-2G
Golden parachute, employee W-2
Grants, taxable 1099-G
Health insurance advance payments 1099-H
Health savings accounts:  
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Type of Payment Report on Form
Income attributable to domestic production activities, deduction for
Income tax refunds, state and local 1099-G
Interest income 1099-INT
Tax-exempt 1099-INT
Interest, mortgage 1098
IRA contributions 5498
Life insurance contract distributions 1099-R, 1099-LTC
Liquidation, distributions in 1099-DIV
Loans, distribution from pension plan 1099-R
Long-term care benefits 1099-LTC
HSA, Archer MSA or Medicare Advantage MSAs:  
Contributions 5498-SA
Distributions 1099-SA
Mileage, employee W-2
Military retirement 1099-R
Mortgage insurance premiums 1098
Mortgage interest 1098
Moving expense W-2
Nonqualified deferred compensation:  
Beneficiary 1099-R
Employee W-2
Original issue discount (OID) 1099-OID
Patronage dividends 1099-PATR
Pensions 1099-R
Points 1098
Prizes, employee W-2
Profit-sharing plan 1099-R
Qualified plan distributions 1099-R
Qualified tuition program payments 1099-Q
Type of Payment Report on Form
Real estate transactions 1099-S
Re-characterized IRA contributions 1099-R, 5498
Refund, state and local tax 1099-G
Retirement 1099-R
Roth conversion IRA contributions 5498
Roth conversion IRA distributions 1099-R
Roth IRA contributions 5498
Roth IRA distributions 1099-R
Timber, pay-as-cut contract 1099-S
Sales:  
Real estate 1099-S
Securities 1099-B
Section 1035 exchange 1099-R
SEP contributions W-2, 5498
SEP distributions 1099-R
Severance pay W-2
Sick pay W-2
SIMPLE contributions W-2, 5498
SIMPLE distributions 1099-R
Student loan interest 1098-E
Supplemental unemployment W-2
Tax refunds, state and local 1099-G
Tips W-2
Transfer of stock acquired through an employee stock purchase plan under section 423(c) 3922
Tuition 1098-T
Unemployment benefits 1099-G
Vacation allowance, employee W-2
Wages W-2
   

Refund Policy

  • Refunds will not be given once the return has been transmitted to the IRS.
  • Refunds will not be provided if the federal agency rejects the return based on processing.
  • Refund must be requested within 30 days from the payment date.
  • It takes about 5-7 business days to process your refund.
  • Corrections may be re-transmitted for no additional cost.
  • If you need to change the EIN, form type, or tax year on any tax return after you have already paid or submitted your return, it will be counted as an additional return and you will be charged for that return.
  • The credits purchased on Tax2efile.com do not expire and will be available in your account until they are used for your order regardless of tax year. Refunds will not be given out for unused credits, over-purchased credits, and any other situation in which credit refund is being requested.
No, You need to register with us in order to use our service
Completing your return online it takes 10-15 minutes if you have the information ready.
As soon as the return is submitted to us, it'll be transmitted to IRS.After that, it takes 24-48 hours to receive the confirmation from IRS about the status of your return. We communicate to you via the registered email about the status of your return periodically.
Yes, you can save at any point and come back later to file your return.
Yes, you can have multiple companies with single user registration.
The Employer Identification Number is a 9 digit number assigned by IRS.
A Third Party Designee can be any other person who has been given the authority to discuss your tax payment details with the IRS.
Please use "Forgot Password" link at the home page and enter your registered email-id to recover your password.
You don’t need to print the form. After completing the return you can submit the form with us to send your return electronically to IRS.
We keep your electronic returns for 2 years online. If you want your old return copies, please call our customer service center.
If you want your old return copies, please call our customer service center.
Form 8868 is an authorized and accredited IRS service provider to have the approved simple software application techniques in user-friendly web platform like one-to-one conversation in terms of basic interactions and for safest financial transactions. This kind of question and answer oriented software from Tax2efile will guide you through step-by-step process to finish off successfully E-filing for the required automatic extension of time of 3-Month for forms under part-1 and non-automatic extension of time of additional 3-Month for forms coming under part-2 of IRS form 8868. With more than half a decade experience in handling different IRS tax forms from time to time "Tax2efile" as an approved and trusted IRS tax partner with the robust tax software which is highly encrypted for your financial security is therefore the best source for you for E-filing your tax returns or for any request for getting the required extension of time as prescribed by IRS. We update you with latest information and news from IRS to keep you in abreast of information at all times. Here is the latest information update from IRS as appeared - "Revision to Form 8868: Application for an Extension of Time to File an Exempt Organization Return, we are revising the Instructions for Form 8868 immediately. We added the following paragraph to the end of page 4, right before the "Privacy Act and Paperwork Reduction Act." CAUTION! If an organization has not filed the required Form 990 series for three consecutive years and if the due date(or extended due date) of the third year’s filing has passed, the tax exempt status will be revoked to the original filing date. If you have received an approved extension from the IRS for filing your return and have not filed your return with the IRS for three years(including the approved extension period), please go to Automatic Revocation of Exemption for details on revocation and reinstatement for an exempt organization." Therefore Tax2efile.com can offer the comfort of e-convenience for charitable organizations filing different forms as per the application form Part-1 of IRS [s1] 8868.This shall always mean that 990-N or Form 990-EZ with return code-01, Form 990-BL with return code-02, Form 4720 (individual) with return code-03, Form 990-PF with return code-04, Form 990-T(sec. 401(a) or 408(a) trust) with return code-05, Form 990-T(trust other than above ) with return code-06, Form 990-T (corporation) with return code-07, Form 1041-A with return code-08, Form 4720(other than individual) with return code-09, Form 5227 with return code-10, Form 6069 with return code-11, Form 8870 with return code-12 for automatic extension of 3-Month time and if required further extension of time may E-file under part-2 of form 8868 through Tax2efile.com after undergoing or at the completion of initially granted automatic extension time of 3-Month. Normally the due date is May 15th in a calendar year for the 99% forms falling under IRS form 8868 except 1041-A which happens to have the due date as April 15th in a normal tax year for USA Individual Income tax filings. Tax2efile.com will help extend your due dates initially for the automatic extension period of time 3-Month through part-1 E-filing and if it is required, we can help you with additional extension of 3-Month which is non-automatic.
Form 990-N electronic Notice (e-Postcard) is used by Tax Exempt Organizations to file tax return information to the IRS.  If a Tax Exempt Organization has annual gross recipients of $50,000 or less, it can E-file the 990-N (e-Postcard) quickly and easily. Form 990-N is a way of ensuring accurate reporting of tax information for small non-profit organizations.
Small tax-exempt organizations with gross receipts of $50,000 or less must file form 990-N electronically.
As per IRS guidelines, the following 8 pieces of information are needed to confirm your tax-exempt status.
  • TIN (Tax identification number) or EIN (Employer identification number)
  • Any other names used by organization
  • Mailing address and Legal Name
  • Website address (if applicable)
  • Name and address of a principal officer of your organization
  • Annual Tax period or Tax year
  • Confirm that your organization terminated or gone out of business (Yes or No)
  • Confirmation about organization’s annual gross receipts $50,000 or less
Filing the Form 990-N electronically is necessary for Non-Profits to maintain a tax-exempt status. The Form 990-N reports information about the non-profit Organization’s, expenses and business activities for the past year. If your organization fails to file form 990-N for 3 consecutive years it will automatically lose its tax-exempt status.
E-filing IRS 990-N form or e-Postcard with Tax2efile Form 990-N is very simple with Tax2efile. There is no paper form. No software or download is required to file this form with the IRS. All that is required is to fill in the required fields of information. If you have any question while filling out the form, just connect with our team of tax experts for a call, live chat or email support.
IRS 990-N form is due by the 15th day of 5th Month of the organization’s fiscal year. For example, if your tax year ended on June 30, the 990-N form or e-Postcard due date is November 15.
Yes. You will receive an e-mail from us confirming whether the IRS accepted your e-Postcard or not.
No. Unfortunately, you cannot file amended e-Postcard. You can make corrections or update your information when you E-file your next e-Postcard in a subsequent year.
There is no penalty for late filing of e-Postcard. The IRS will send you a reminder notice; if you do not file your e-Postcard for 3 consecutive years, your organization automatically loses its tax-exemption.
Yes, you can use Tax2efile to file your prior year tax returns. If you do not file your e-Postcard for 3 consecutive years your organization automatically loses its tax-exemption.
Yes, you need an e-mail address. The system uses the e-mail address to activate your account registration and sends confirmation (for example, whether the e-Postcard is accepted by the IRS or not). If the e-Postcard is rejected, the e-mail will contain instructions on whom to contact to resolve the problem.
There are two kinds of tax years – Calendar or Fiscal.
  • Calendar Tax Year: This is a period of 12 consecutive Months beginning on January 1 and ending by December 31.
  • Fiscal Tax Year: This is a period of 12 consecutive Months ending by the last day of any Month except December.
No, you cannot file the e-Postcard until after the end of your tax year.
In this case you should contact the IRS Customer Services line at 1-877-829-5500 to make sure you have all the correct information for your organization to file the e-Postcard and then resubmit 990-N form at no cost.
You must contact IRS Customer Services at 1-877-829-5500 and they will provide necessary steps to take. In most instances, you will be able to file your e-Postcard using your EIN and the IRS will notify the other organization of its error. This situation sometimes occurs when a subordinate organization inadvertently uses the EIN of a related organization or the Parent’s organization.
Yes, you must apply and pay the appropriate user fee to have your tax-exempt status reinstated if it was revoked because you failed to file for three consecutive years. Reinstatement of exempt status, if the application is approved, will generally be effective the date the application was filed, although reinstatement may be retroactive to the date of revocation if the organization shows that it had reasonable cause for not filing for three consecutive years.
To apply for tax-exempt status, use Form 1023, Application for Recognition of Exemption (if you are a section 501(c) (3) organization) or Form 1024, and Application for Exemption under Section 501(a) (for other types of tax-exempt organizations).
If you experience a problem with the e-Postcard filing system, such as a problem logging on to the system, send an email describing the problem to support@tax2efile.com or call us at 703-229-0326.
Once a Form 990-N (e-Postcard) has been accepted by the IRS, it can take up to 4 weeks to appear at the IRS Form 990-N Search Page.
Just a nominal fee to cover transaction costs is needed to electronically file your form 990-N, with no need for paper forms.
An organization that fails to file the required e-Postcard for 3 consecutive tax years automatically loses tax-exempt status. The revocation of an organization’s tax-exempt status does not take place until the filing due date of the third year. For example, if your e-Postcard was due on May 15, 2017 (for tax year 2016) and you did not file in 2015, 2016 or 2017, you will lose your tax-exempt status effective on the 2017 due date.
Any tax-exempt organizations with annual gross receipts more than $50,000 is not eligible for filing the 990-N form.
Yes. Entities such as political organizations, churches and other religious organizations are exempt from filing Form 990-N. Please review IRS guidelines for more details.