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Next, we print your forms. The recipient copy is mailed out via U.S. Postal Service to the recipient. PDF versions of the forms, other than "Copy A", are always available online to you for download.

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Before the filing deadline is reached, we will electronically transmit your filings to the appropriate tax reporting agency.
   
   


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With our online tax reporting service, you can file your 1042-S, 1098, 1099, 5498, and W-2 tax forms online and in minutes. Your online filings are electronically sent to the IRS/SSA for fast, efficient and simple filing. We also print and mail your forms for you.

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We support many forms including: 1042-S, 1098, 1098-T, 1099 series (A, B, C, DIV, G, INT, LTC, MISC, OID, PATR, R, S, SA), 5498, 5498-SA, W-2, and W-2G.

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With our service you can choose one of two options, "Print/Mail and eFile" or "eFile Only". "Forms per Order" represent the number of forms filed in a single order (form volume does not accumulate over multiple orders).

Prices shown are per form filed and apply to both "Print/Mail and eFile" and "eFile Only" service.

1098, 1099, 5498, W-2 Series
Forms per Order
Price per Form
   1-50 $3.95   
   51-100 $2.95   
   101-250 $2.45   
   251-500 $1.95   
   501-1000 $1.45   
   1001+ $0.95   
Form 1042-S
Forms per Order
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   11-25 $25.00   
   26-50 $20.00   
   51-100 $17.50   
   101-250 $15.00   
   251+ $12.50

W-2 Forms Supported

W-2 G Forms

Form W-2G is used to report income and withholding related to gambling.  Generally, you will receive a Form W-2G if you receive:

  • $600 or more in gambling winnings and the payout is at least 300 times the amount of the wager (except  winnings from bingo, keno, and slot machines);
  • $1,200 or more in gambling winnings from bingo or slot machines;
  • $1,500 or more in proceeds (the amount of winnings less the amount of the wager) from keno; or
  • Any gambling winnings subject to federal income tax withholding.
You can instantly enter your W2-G data online and we will mail them out to your recipients within 48 hours.  We also e-file for files to the SSA/IRS!


Purchase Any 1099 Tax Form
E-file1099Forms carries all major 1099 form variants, including:

Form 1099-R is used to show distribution from retirement accounts.  This form can be used to report distributions from:

  • IRAs
  • Pensions
  • Annuities
  • SEPs
  • SIMPLE Plans
Form 1099-R will usually show items such as the gross amount of the distribution, the taxable amount (what is actually going to be taxed), tax withholding (federal and state), and a distribution code (box 7) to show why you received the distribution. If you do not have an amount for the taxable amount (box 2a), this doesn't mean that it is not taxable. It just means that the payer didn't have enough information to determine how much the taxable amount should be. In this case, you have to figure the taxable amount yourself.

Form 1099 B
Brokers and barter exchanges must report proceeds from transactions to you and the IRS on Form 1099-B.  A 1099-B will show transactions like the sales of stocks or other property.  It should list facts about the sale such as the date the sale took place and the amount of money that you received.

Form 1098

1. 1098-C details the donations of vehicles, boats and airplanes
2. 1098-E is for the interest paid on qualified student loans
3. 1098-T details tuition and related fees during the year.

Form 1099 A

IRS Form 1099-A, entitled "Acquisition or Abandonment of Secured Property," is sent to taxpayers who abandoned a home or had a home re-acquisitioned by a bank. If a bank is forced to sell a repossessed or abandoned home, the former homeowner may by en titled to some of the proceeds, which are reported on Form 1099-A. This articleis written from the point of view of the entity filling out the 1099-A, not the person receiving it.


Form 1099 B

Form 1099B ("Proceeds from Broker and Barter Exchange") is used to report proceeds from broker and barter exchange transactions to the recipient of such proceeds. Form 1099B must be issued by January 31 of the year following the calendar year in which such transactions occurred. Form 1099B reflects all proceeds from the sale of stocks. Form 1099B also reflects sale transactions related to the exercise of stock options. Form 1099B does not reflect buy transactions, and does not reflect capital gain or loss calculations. The proceeds reported on Form 1099B are net of commissions related to such transactions. Form 1099B is also used to report to an investor a change in control or a substantial change in capital structure by a company whose stock is owned by the investor.



Form 1099 C

. A 1099-C form is one sent by a creditor that lets you know it's going to write off the remaining unpaid portion of your debt. It's filed by the creditor to the IRS when a settlement agreement between a debtor and a creditor has been reached, or when a creditor determines that a debt won't ever be paid.

Form 1099-DIV

A required statement from your broker or a company whose stock you own that summarizes your dividends. The main purpose of this form is to report the dividends you received, income tax withheld from dividends, and foreign taxes paid on dividends. Your broker may send a substitute statement that may also include amounts you earned from mutual funds, purchases of stock, sales of stock, purchases and sales of shares in mutual funds, and a summary of the investments you still own at the end of the year.


Form 1099-INT
The form issued by all payers of interest income to investors at year's end. Form 1099-INT breaks down all types of interest income and related expenses. Payers must issue Form 1099-INTs for any party to whom they paid at least $10 of interest during the year.

Form 1099 LTC

Form 1099-LTC (Long Term Care Contract Distributions) if you received taxable distributions from your:

  • Long-term insurance, or
  • Life insurance under an accelerated death benefits clause because you're critically or terminally ill.

Long-Term Care Contracts are arrangements designed to provide insurance that will meet your health care needs, should you become chronically ill or disabled after reaching a certain age.

Form 1099 MISC

f you paid $600 or more to a non-employee or $10 or more in royalties during the year, you must send that person a 1099-MISC showing the total amount you paid for that year. The 1099-MISC Must be submitted to the payee by January 31 of the following year, and it must also be submitted to the IRS by the end of February.

Pages to 1099-MISC
The 1099-MISC is a multi-part form.

  • Copy A is submitted to the IRS by the payer
  • Copy 1 is submitted to the state tax department by the payer
  • Copy B is for the recipient
  • Copy 2 is given to the recipient for filing with the state tax return.
  • Copy C is kept by the payer.


Form 1042-S reports taxable federal income and the corresponding federal tax withholding relating to
   the following types of income received by U.S. nonresidents:
  • Wage payments made to employees who have claimed tax treaty benefits
  • Tax reportable Fellowship/Scholarship income
  • Service payments made to independent contractors for work performed in the U.S.
  • Royalty payments issued to individuals or entities.
  • Non-employee Prize or Award payments

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