Find an Approved IRS e-file for Business Provider or Partner that meets your filing needs. The IRS is committed to enabling all taxpayers and practitioners to comply with their tax filing obligations. Whether you choose to file a return electronically or on paper, you should rest assured that the IRS is fully committed to protecting your information on our tax processing systems and by working with our providers and partners.
NOTE: Please read the below notice about our Approved IRS e-file for Business Providers and Partners before engaging one of the providers on this page, or on the following pages.
Payroll Service Providers
Employment Tax e-file System for Forms 940, 941 & 944
Information Returns - FIRE (Forms 1042-S, 1098, 1099, 5498, 8027 and W-2G)
990/990EZ, 990-PF & 1120POL
1120/1120-F/1120-S & 7004 e-file
Modernized e-File - (MeF)
Internet filing is available for charities and non-profits, corporations and partnerships.
IRS e-file for Business Partners
Check here for Special Offers from our IRS e-file business partners.
Social Security Administration's (SSA's) Employer Information Web Site
Find out how to submit your Form W-2 data to the SSA electronically.
Payroll & Practitioner Partners
The IRS has teamed up with national practitioner organizations to provide more information and resources for your business.
Approved IRS e-file for Business Providers Notice
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The IRS is committed to enabling all taxpayers and practitioners to comply with their tax filing obligations. Whether you choose to file a return electronically or on paper, you should rest assured that the IRS is fully committed to protecting your information on our tax processing systems and by working with our industry partners.
Many taxpayers and practitioners use the services of our industry partners, such as paid preparers, Electronic Return Originators (ERO) and transmitters, as part of the tax return preparation and filing process. In order for you to make an informed decision as to how you will file a tax return, we recommend that you read and understand the privacy and security policies and procedures of the IRS and of any industry partner that will handle tax return information.