Filing tax returns online has never been easier...
In fact, 80 million people used e-file in 2007. E-file supports
this growing trend toward electronic tax filing and payment
with benefits like:
- Faster Refuns
- Greater Accuracy
- Secure and confidentrial submission
- No paper return to mail
- File now, pay later
- Quick confirmation
R.E.J's Accounting and Tax Service utilizes this system
Convenience of filing via the internet
Save time by paying fees by due date, to the IRS or State, online
Power of Attorney forms avaiable with your Tax Return for your Tax Professional
to represent you in front of the IRS
Withdrawal Payment Option
Credit or Debit Card Payment Option
|Form 1040 series, balance due return U.S. Individual Income Tax Return (current
||E-File 1040 series tax return and simultaneously e-pay via tax preparation software
or a tax professional.
E-File 1040 series tax return and simultaneously e-pay via tax preparation software
or a tax professional.
E-File (or paper file) tax return and e-pay by
phone or Internet through a service provider.
- Electronic filing and paying eliminates the need to submit an associated payment
voucher such as Form 1040-V.
- Electronic funds withdrawal payments should be in whole dollars (round cents
to the nearest whole dollar). New in 2008, the "amount
of Tax Payment" can now include penalty and/or interest.
Our software package will compute these amounts;
and if not, they can be estimated. A taxpayer can
also choose to wait and be billed for any applicable
penalty and/or interest they may owe.
Form 1040 series (U.S. Individual Income Tax Return)
- This includes current year Form(s) 1040, 1040A, and 1040EZ.
- Taxpayers can e-file their individual returns and, at the same time, electronically
pay the balance due. Intergrated e-file and e-pay
options are available through tax professionals and
tax preparation software. Most Tax Year 2007 intergrated
e-file and e-pay options end October 15, 2008.
- Pay by phone or Internet credit or debit card options are avaliable year round.
- Taxpayers who receive a balance due notice can pay by credit or debit card. Past
due tax payments can be made using a card by phone
or Internet regardless of whether an installment
agreement is in place.
- Taxpayers who e-file can e-pay up to four estimated tax payments that can be
scheduled for withdrawal on the following dates:
- April 15, 2008
- June 16, 2008
- September 15, 2008
- January 15, 2009
- A seperate payment record is required for each estimated payment. The bank account
information can be the same or different for each
- The card payment option is avaliable year round.