File W-2s and 1099s Online - Quickly and Inexpensively
You can file Federal and State W-2, 1099, and 941 forms online at filetaxes.com. For the low fee of $3.49 per form, filetaxes.com you can prepare these forms online and file them with the proper tax authorities completely over the Internet.
W-3 and 1096 transmittal forms are included in the price, and paper copies of each W-2 and 1099 form are mailed automatically to the appropriate recipient.
It is estimated that the elimination of paper forms can save businesses up to 50% off filing expenses. By completing forms on-line, filetaxes.com eliminates the need for software, magnetic tape, paper forms, postage, and other tax filing items. Businesses filing over the Internet will eliminate the time associated with printing paper documents and dealing with outside services. Access to filetaxes.com is available 24-hours a day.
Business owners can prepare their own forms using this service, and accountants and other tax preparers can use this service for their business clients.
The site accommodates online tax filing of W-2, 941 and the following 1099 forms: 1099-MISC, 1099-DIV, 1099-INT, 1099-S, 1099-R and 1099-A.
Businesses can begin using Filetaxes.com today. The filetaxes.com per-form charge of $3.49 includes electronic filing to the government agencies, printing, postage and handling for W-2 and 1099 copies, email confirmation of filing, and database maintenance of filed returns.
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