Posted on 16. Nov, 2010
If you are a small business owner or are self-employed then this is no reason to stop you from using e-file to pay your taxes online. If you think this is not the option for you then you might want to reconsider that. There probably is an e-file for business filing option that is just right for you and meets all your needs. All you need to do is find this option on your own or get the help of your preparer to decide this for you. You can use e-file taxes online software to file a variety of tax returns online. This can include your employer tax and Information Returns. If you are in a Partnership then also there is a separate option for you. There is an option for Corporations, Estates & Trusts as well. Even if your organization is an Exempt Organization, you can use the option for the Exempt Organizations to do your tax filing online.
The IRS is making it more and more easy for you to conduct business completely online. You need to ask your tax professional about filing and paying electronically. Filing online is much quicker as compared to filing through paper and there is a ninety nine percent accuracy rate in online tax filing. Within forty eight hours of filing, the IRS sends an official acknowledgement that your return was received. You can authorize an electronic withdrawal from your savings or checking account or use a credit card to pay your taxes.
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