Electronic filing surges
- Blackout on electronic filing. Kahan, Stuart // Practical Accountant;Sep95, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p50
Focuses on the concerns of industries over the silence of the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) with regards to electronic income tax return filings for 1996. Details from statements made by IRS officials; Views and comments from software vendors; Contentions from accountants on the IRS'...
- H&IRS Block. // American Prospect;Nov/Dec98, Issue 41, p12
States that the United States Senate and House enacted a legislation which would authorize the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to ensure that 80 percent of tax returns be filed electronically, while focusing on the H and R Block. Method which the IRS is using to coordinate its efforts; Reason...
- IRS tightens the lid on electronic filers. // CPA Journal;Nov94, Vol. 64 Issue 11, p14
Reports on the US Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) efforts to minimize electronically filed fraudulent tax returns. Suitability checks on electronic return originators and electronic return transmitters; Tax return checks; Restrictions' impact on IRS' electronic filing program.
- TAXLINK participants moving to EFTPS. // Practical Accountant;Mar97, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p55
Reports on plans by the US Internal Revenue Service to move mandated taxpayers from the TAXLINK pilot system to the Electronic Federal Tax Payment System (EFTPS). Launch of program to enable payroll service bureaus and other agents to make deposits for clients to the EFTPS; Notification by the...
- We like to pay taxes. Castro, Francisco // DollarSense;Summer98, p2
Presents information on a report of the Internal Revenue Service of the United States regarding the filing of income tax returns. Increase in the number of electronically filed tax returns from 1997 to 1998; Increase in the use of Telefile file-by-phone system; Advantages of e-filing.
- Sign in, Please! Kahan, Stuart // Practical Accountant;Oct2000, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p64
Focuses on the impact of the passage of electronic signature law on electronic filing of tax returns in the United States (U.S.). Two-step process of electronic filing of Form 1040; Practitioner personal identification number pilot; U.S. Internal Revenue Service's expansion of business returns;...
- No need to sign the return. Wiener, Leonard // U.S. News & World Report;01/17/2000, Vol. 128 Issue 2, p62
Mentions efforts of the United States Internal Revenue Service to encourage people to file their tax returns online. Postcards with personal identification numbers that can be used in lieu of signatures; Expectation that installments of estimated tax will be payable by credit card.
- A less taxing Web site. Wiener, Leonard // U.S. News & World Report;09/20/99, Vol. 127 Issue 11, p75
Notes changes to the United States Internal Revenue Service's Web site. Added features; Simplification and usability; Filing tax returns; Employment information.
- Paying taxes still tough, but filing them needn't be. Halverson, Guy // Christian Science Monitor;3/18/97, Vol. 89 Issue 77, p8
Reports that filing a tax return in the United States has become easier. Basic filing methods of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS); Brief outline of each method; Explanation of how the four basic forms are used; Advantages of filing taxes by computer. INSETS: Help if you can't pay.;Don't...