Yes. eFileMyForms allows you to enter an unlimited number of filers, and an unlimited number of associated recipients for each of those filers, with your one account.
Please see How To Add a Filer for step by step instructions of how to add filing entities.
After you create your account and confirm your email address, you will log into your account and create "filer" records
for each of the companies that you need to file for. For each of the "filers" you will then be able to create an
unlimited number of "recipient" records.
Please see How To Add a Filer for step by step instructions.
With eFileMyForms's service, you can do both!
Yes, you can. When you file forms with our service you have the option to "Print/Mail/eFile" or "eFile Only". You make this choice at the time that you pay for your forms. After you've paid for your filings, you can download individual copies of your forms in PDF format. We provide all Copies in this manner except for "Copy A".
eFileMyForms processes orders as quickly as possible in order to meet IRS/SSA deadlines and it is unlikely that an order can
be canceled after it is placed. Therefore, we encourage all customers to thoroughly review their data before placing an order.
Currently, 1098/1099/W-2 series forms are processed immediately and cannot be canceled. ACA 1095 series forms can be modified/canceled up to the point that the forms display a status of "Submitted to the IRS/SSA". Finally, 1042-S series forms can be modified/canceled until any point in time on March 9th.
Please note that if an order is printed/mailed, but is canceled before IRS/SSA filing, there is no refund available as all the work has already been completed and all costs have already been incurred.
Paper 1099 & W-2 forms are required to be postmarked by the last day of January, unless that day falls on a weekend or Federal holiday. If the last day of
January falls on a weekend or Federal holiday, then the next business day is the deadline. If you miss this mailing date then you may be subject to penalties
from the IRS/SSA.
If you are in this situation it is usually best to submit your order as quickly as possible for the complete print, mail, & eFile service. eFileMyForms can usually print/mail orders within one business day, depending on the volume of records submitted. The good news is that you will meet the IRS/SSA electronic filing deadlines if you submit your order for the complete print, mail, & eFile service before the deadlines listed in our Deadlines informational page (you must be logged in to your account to view this page).
Intentional disregard of mailing & filing introduces substantial penalties.
Once your 1099's are delivered to regional postal centers they are scanned. We report the latest scan available and when possible we estimate
the anticipated delivery date. While Mail Track ™ technology provides evidence of the date of delivery, it does not provide proof of
delivery because carriers do not scan Intelligent Mail barcodes at recipients' delivery point.
Mail Tracking is designed to provide all Print & Mail Customers with the last automated processing scan which can indicate that the mail piece will be delivered later that day. eFileMyForms Mail Tracking ™ is not a substitute for Certified/Return Receipt mail but it's the next best thing.
eFileMyForms files your 1099/W-2 data electronically with the IRS/SSA on or before January 31st or March 31st, respective to the electronic filing deadline. Electronic filing deadlines are listed on the
Deadlines page, and as long as the order is successfully submitted by the deadline stated on that page, it will be filed accordingly.
eFileMyForms files your 1094 & 1095 ACA data electronically with the IRS as early as the first week of March. IRS confirmation can take up to two weeks for ACA forms.
In cases where March 31st falls on a weekend or a Federal holiday, the deadline is automatically extended to the next business day.
As an example, for the 2007 tax season the electronic filing deadline was April 2nd, 2008. You can edit your forms until such time that they are electronically submitted to the IRS/SSA. .
When you choose the "Print, Mail, & eFile" service with us, we print and mail the forms to your recipients and we electronically file your forms with the IRS/SSA by the IRS deadlines listed on the Deadlines page. As long the individual states have no additional requirements, beyond the combined federal/state filing program, there is nothing further you need to do.
As an eFileMyForms customer, you are automatically enrolled in the Combined Federal / State Filing program (CFSFP) when you file your 1099 forms with us.
Please visit IRS Combined Federal State Reporting Info
for more information.
If you have questions regarding state filings we suggest that you talk with your Accountant, CPA, or Attorney for further clarification. Note: 1099-K & 1099-OID are in the CFS program but are not supported by efilemyforms.com.
eFileMyForms supports filing IRS/SSA corrections as long as the original form was filed with the eFileMyForms service.
For details, please visit our - How to File Corrections (After IRS/SSA Filing)
1096, W-3, & 1042-T are paper transmittals sent to the IRS/SSA when filing on paper. When filing
electronically, the information in the 1096, W-3, 1042-T transmittals is included in the electronic
files and the paper copies of the 1096, W-3, & 1042-T are not needed. Therefore, you do not need the 1096, W-3, & 1042-T
when filing with eFileMyForms!
If you would like to generate a 1096 Transmittal anyways, please see - How to Create a 1096 Report
The 1094-B & 1094-C are still required to be completed when filing a 1095-B or 1095-C.
A 1096 form is not required because we file electronically. Form 1096 is for paper filing only.
If you would like to generate a 1096 Transmittal anyways, please see - How to Create a 1096 Report
Yes, until the efiling dates listed on the Deadlines page you can revise data on forms that have already been printed and mailed. We encourage all customers
to correct data in their forms as their own recipients report errors. It is important that the IRS receives the most accurate and up to date information. As part
of our online filing service, we electronically submit your filings to the IRS/SSA prior to the end of January or March respectively. As such, you have until such
time that forms are electronically submitted to correct any mistakes in the information you have submitted.
For details, please visit our - How to Edit a Form After an Order is Placed (Before IRS/SSA Filing).
This occurs when you view the PDF, then edit your data and then view the PDF a second time. You can resolve this by clearing your browser's cache (hit the F5 key).
A State ID Number is issued by the state to your company - generally for State Tax Withholding purposes. To obtain a State ID Number, please contact your State Tax Department.
If you are not required by the state to include a State ID Number, just close the window when you are prompted to enter a State ID Number.
The CFSF Program is a program that allows the IRS to forward your filing information to states that participate, for certain form types. eFileMyForms files your information
in the CFSF Program and does not submit your information directly to states.
Please visit - IRS Combined Federal State Reporting Info - for more information.
Your Print, Mail & eFile order is eligible for refund if the forms have not been printed and mailed. Your eFile-Only order is eligible for refund if the data has not yet been processed for the transmittal to the IRS.
The difference in the price of the two services is mostly paper and postage. But those aren’t the only costs incurred by the time your order is printed and mailed. The bulk of the cost of preparing these forms is in the data processing. As soon as Print, Mail & eFile orders have been printed and mailed, all of the data processing has been completed and the file has been prepared for the IRS. So we do not refund these orders after the forms have been printed and mailed.
If you have saved your recipient as inactive, previously tried to delete the recipient, or cannot see the recipient that you just entered then you will need to set the recipient back to active by following the below steps:
If you have saved your Filer as inactive, previously tried to delete the Filer, or cannot see the Filer that you just entered then you will need to set the Filer back to active by following the below steps:
If you do not have the option to add your 1095-B’s or 1095-C’s to your cart, it is because you have not yet completed your 1094-B or 1094-C transmittal information. To do so, follow these steps:
Please see - State & Federal Government Links - for Federal Government, State Department of Revenue, and Additional Helpful Website Links to help you stay informated about current tax regulations.
Please see the below categories of State Reporting forms for more information on what is included.
Yes, to do this, additional users must login using the same login credentials. This way multiple users can access the account at the same time.
If you are required to furnish a written statement to a recipient, then you may furnish the statement electronically instead of mailing it on paper. This includes furnishing the statement to recipients of Forms 1095-A, 1095-B, and 1095-C.
If you are importing a 1095-B or 1095-C excel file, you can include each recipient's e-mail address for us to e-mail them in order to consent to E-Delivery.
If the recipient consents to E-Delivery, the recipient can access their information immediately after you finish the checkout process of the 1095 form.
Recipients can revoke their consent for the next tax year by clicking on the remove consent link in the e-mail that is provided to them when originally asking for consent. Recipients have the option to revoke consent until the 1095-C is sent to them. After the form has been accessed from the website, there is no option for a physically mailing the form as IRS requirements are already met.
If the recipient does not consent to receive the statement electronically, a paper copy will be automatically be shipped to the mailing address on the recipient's tax form.