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e file for Large and Mid Size Corporations Frequently Asked Questions Sources for Additional Information on Large and Mid Size Corporations e file - Tax Year 2014

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F. Sources for Additional Information on Large and Mid-Size Corporations e-file





Will the IRS provide additional information and respond to questions concerning the new e-file requirements?

Yes. The IRS updates this e-file for Large and Mid-Size Corporations web page with new information as it becomes available. Check back regularly for updates.

  • Corporate taxpayers can contact the e-help Desk at 1-866-255-0654 for assistance with inquiries.
  • Taxpayers with account or tax law questions may call 1-800-829-4933.
  • Tax practitioners with account or tax law questions may call 1-800-829-8374.
  • Tax Practitioners or Software Developers should contact the e-Help Desk at 1-866-255-0654 for assistance with inquiries.

While individual responses may not be possible due to the volume of questions submitted, IRS will post answers to frequently-asked e-file questions on this web site.


How will IRS communicate more information about the new e-file requirements with external audiences and stakeholder groups?

Since the e-file requirements were issued, IRS officials have been holding regular meetings with representatives from key external stakeholder groups (TEI, ACT, and AICPA) to discuss e-file requirements and administrative processes. These meetings will continue.

Interested parties may also subscribe to e-file News for Large Businesses to receive email alerts to new e-file developments affecting large and mid-size corporations.


If a Large Taxpayer has questions about electronic filing during the actual return preparation process, what other resources are available?

The best source of information during actual return preparation will be your software vendor. Publication 4163 is also a good source of information. The IRS e-Help Desk at 1-866-255-0654 can answer basic questions about electronic filing but cannot assist with return preparation.