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Tax Commission News Release

Business income tax refunds come faster when you e-file

BOISE, IDAHO — March 7, 2013 — As corporations prepare to file their federal income tax returns by the Friday, March 15 IRS deadline, they should also consider filing their state business income tax returns electronically at the same time, according to the Idaho State Tax Commission.

The Tax Commission’s website features approved software developers that offer electronic filing for Idaho’s corporation, S corporation, and partnership tax returns. To get a list of providers, click on the “Business income tax e-filing” link under “Quick Picks” on the home page.
“The software providers charge different fees and offer different levels of services for e-filing state and federal returns, so businesses should compare the offers to see which one best serves their needs,” said Doreen Warren, revenue operations administrator for the Tax Commission.

She added, “This can be very efficient for tax preparers who are required to e-file federal returns.  If their current tax software doesn’t support business e-filing for Idaho, they should ask their software company to add an e-file option for Idaho returns.”

Electronic filing saves paper and mailing costs, and it allows businesses to get their refunds faster than if they file by paper. The software does the math, and businesses get a confirmation receipt.

Last year about 47 percent of Idaho businesses filed their income tax returns online.



Posted 03-07-2013

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