IRS e-file Options For:
Individual Taxpayers File your 2008 Individual Income Tax Return electronically (available through October 15, 2009).
You can file online for free through the Free File program.
Business and Self-Employed Taxpayers Electronic filing and payment options for businesses including employment taxes, information returns, partnerships, corporations, and estates & trusts.
Includes information on the new Modernized e-File (MeF) program for partnership returns, Forms1065/1065-B.
Large and Mid-Size Corporations Certain large and mid-size corporations are required to electronically file their Forms 1120 and 1120-S, while others may do so voluntarily. We've included information for corporations who prepare and transmit their own corporate returns and for those using the services of third-party tax professionals.
Tax Professionals IRS e-file information for tax professionals. Several online e-services products are available including the electronic IRS e-file application.
Includes information on the new Modernized e-File (MeF) program for filing partnership returns electronically.
Charities and Non-Profits Electronic filing options for tax-exempt organizations. New requirements mean large tax-exempt organizations are now required to e-file their returns.
Excise Tax Filers Legislation now requires filers of certain Excise Forms to file their returns electronically.
e-file Software Developers and Transmitters
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