Program Overview Whether you're a business, big or small, or are self-employed you'll find an e-file for business filing option that meets your needs. Use IRS e-file for Employment Tax Returns, Information Returns, Partnerships, Corporations, Estates & Trusts, plus Exempt Organizations. Why? The IRS is making it easier for you to conduct business electronically. Ask your tax professional about filing and paying electronically. Quick - Just hit Send! Or tell your preparer "I want the safety and speed of IRS e-file." Easy - There is a 99 percent accuracy rate. Smart! - Within 48 hours, the IRS sends an official acknowledgement that your return was received. Owe money? You can authorize an electronic withdrawal from your savings or checking account or use a credit card to pay your taxes. For the latest news, check the Newsroom and What's Hot. Electronic Filing Options for Business Returns Find a complete list of business returns that can be filed electronically. Electronic Payment Options are convenient, safe and secure methods for paying taxes. If you have a balance due, you can e-file and pay in a single step by authorizing an electronic funds withdrawal from your bank account. Self-employed filers can also pay by credit card. Electronic Federal Tax Payment System - A free service offered by the U.S. Treasury. Pay all federal taxes electronically - on-line or by phone 24/7. EFTPS is ideal for making recurring payments such as estimated tax payments and federal tax deposits (FTDs). Visit the EFTPS website to enroll. Modernized e-file (MeF) for Partnerships This web page provides an overview of electronic filing and more detailed information for those partnerships that prepare and transmit their own income tax returns using MeF. Partnerships that rely upon third party tax professionals to prepare and transmit their tax returns should consult their tax professional. E-file for Large and Mid-Size Corporations Certain large and mid-size corporations are required to electronically file their Forms 1120 and 1120-S. Other corporations may do so voluntarily. This Web page provides e-file information for corporations that prepare and transmit their own electronic corporate income tax returns and those that use the services of third-party tax professionals. Business e-file Providers Business taxpayers will find a list of companies who offer IRS e-file for Business products and services. The listing of approved business e-file providers contains links to each company's Web site as well as addresses and phone numbers. Social Security Administration's (SSA's) Employer Information Website Learn how to submit Form W-2 data electronically. Employment Taxes for Small Businesses A wealth of information for your employment tax filing needs. Form SS-4, Employer Identification Number (EIN) Online Application If you've determined that you need an EIN, you can use the online EIN application to submit your information. However, be aware that not all entity types may apply online. Small Business and Self-Employed Community If you run a small business or are self-employed, this site is for you. It offers industry/profession specific information and provides links to other helpful non-IRS sites. Sponsor IRS e-file as an Employee Benefit For Employers, Businesses and Organizations.