PaycheckCity and the IRS think filing and paying your taxes should be as convenient as possible. That's why we both provide you with lots of helpful tools, including the following featured IRS interactive forms, and tools. Combined with PaycheckCity's free paycheck calculators, it's an unbeatable team that can make your life easier during tax season this year. The following is a list of links from the IRS:
Free File - Prepare and file your federal income taxes onlineâ€”it's easy and it's free!
Order A Transcript - Order your tax return or tax account transcript online.
Where's My Refund? -Check the status of your refund online after 72 hours if you e-filed or 3-4 weeks if you mailed your return.
Electronic Federal Tax Payment System -Pay your federal taxes on-line or by phone through EFTPS, a free tax payment system.
Online Payment Agreement -Determine if you're eligible and apply for an online payment agreement if you have a tax liability you can't completely pay today.
Electronic Filing PIN Request -Get your Electronic Filing PIN, a one-time code used to verify your identity when you submit your tax return electronically.
Online Employer Identification Number (EIN) -Get your EIN within minutes without picking up the phone or mailing/faxing a paper Form SS-4.
e-Services for Tax Professionals -Register as an approved IRS business partner (e.g., e-filing tax professionals) and conduct business electronically with the IRS.
First Time Homebuyer Credit Account Look-up -Did you receive the First Time Homebuyer Credit? You can now check the status of your FTHBC online 24/7 for information on your repayments and account balance.
Other Helpful Tools
In addition to the tools featured above, IRS provides you with the following:
Authorized e-file Provider (for Individuals)â€” to find an Authorized e-file Provider in your area who can electronically file your tax return.
Free Tax Return Preparation for You by Volunteers -â€”to find free tax help for people who generally make $50,000 or less and need assistance in preparing their own tax returns.
Taxpayer Assistance Center Locatorâ€”to find a walk-in Taxpayer Assistance Center if you think your personal tax question can't be handled by phone.
Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Assistantâ€”to determine whether you are eligible for the EITC and estimate the amount of the credit. Spanish version available.
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) Assistantâ€”to determine whether you may be subject to AMT.
Sales Tax Deduction Calculatorâ€”to determine the amount of optional state and local sales tax you can claim on Schedule A of Form 1040.
Exempt Organizations Select Checkâ€”to find an exempt organization and determine the amount of your contributions that are tax deductible, and other information about an organization's federal tax status and filings.
Did I Receive a 2010 Economic Recovery Payment? â€” to complete the Form 1040 - Schedule M, Making Work Pay and Government Retiree Credits, you'll need to know if you received the $250 economic recovery payment made in 2010. Find out here.
Interactive Tax Assistant (ITA)â€” a new tax law resource that takes you through a series of questions and provides you with responses to tax law questions.
Tax Trailsâ€”to get answers to many common tax questions.
Subscription Services (IRS E-mail Services)â€”to sign up for one or more of our subscription services that provide you with tax related news.