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Tax Year 2017 IRS / SSA Updates

Major changes are happening in Tax Year 2017! The IRS / SSA have updated the tax forms for the 1042-S, 1098, 1098-T, 1099-OID, 1099-S, & W-2, IRS penalties have increased to a maximum of $530 per late or incorrectly filed record (i.e TIN/Name mismatch), the 1042-S requires a unique form identifier, and more...

  1. 1042-S Form Changes

  2. 1098 Form Changes

  3. 1098-T Form Changes

  4. 1099-OID Form Changes

  5. 1099-S Form Changes

  6. W-2 Form Changes

  7. IRS / SSA Penalty Increases

IRS Extends ACA 1095 Print & Mail Deadline!

The IRS has officially provided notice that the deadline for furnishing (printing & mailing) IRS forms 1095-B & 1095-C is now extended to March 2nd, 2018. The deadline was previously January 31st, 2018.

IRS Link - Extended Print/Mail Deadline for 1095 Forms

New TIN Check Service

We are pleased to announce our new "TIN Check Service" for only $1 per form. Learn more about it.

IRS Filing Deadline

Complete your order by 7 PM (PDT) Sunday 3/31/2019 and your forms will be filed on time!

New Form Types Added

New for the 2011 tax seasons and continuing in 2012, we are pleased to offer filing for forms 1099-G, 1099-SA, and 5498-SA.

Support for SSN Masking

IRS Notice 2009-93 allows filers to mask Social Security Numbers on paper payee statements. Recently, eFileMyForms has announced that SSN Masking will be incorporated into its service.

The SSN Masking feature prevents companies from exposing themselves to unnecessary risks and liability. With the IRS's approval of SSN Masking, the responsibility to protect the security and identity of recipients now falls onto the companies that send out statements that include social security numbers. IRS Notice 2009-93: Truncating Social Security Numbers on Paper Payee Statements

There are 3 requirements that must be satisfied in order for a filer to mask TINs:

  1. The identifying number is a social security number, IRS individual taxpayer identification number, or IRS adoption taxpayer identification number.

  2. The identifying number is truncated by replacing the first five digits of the nine-digit number with asterisks or Xs (for example, a social security number 123-45-6789 would appear on the paper payee statement as ***-**-6789 or XXX-XX-6789).

  3. The truncated identifying number appears on a paper payee statement (including substitute and composite substitute statements) in the Form 1098 series, Form 1099 series, or Form 5498 series for calendar year 2009 or 2010.

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