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An Overview of Your Tax Reporting Responsibilities

Get Clear Direction on IRS-Required Information Reporting

The IRS requires businesses to file “information returns” to report certain types of wage and non-wage payments. Key among them are the Form W-2, which captures an employee’s wages, and the Form 1099-MISC for reporting payment to an independent contractor or service provider. Get insight and practical pointers on this important aspect of tax filing.



Your Filing Options
Your Filing Options

Years ago, the only way to file taxes was manually, through paper IRS forms. Today, you can take advantage of software and e-file options for faster and easier online filing. Explore which filing option is right for you.


Recordkeeping Requirements

Meeting the annual tax-filing deadlines takes careful planning. Rather than scrambling to gather all the information at the last minute, learn how to manage the process throughout the year for more efficient and organized filing.


Recordkeeping Requirements
Data Management and Security
Data Management and Security

As cyber criminals get more aggressive with their tactics, you need an equally strong line of defense. Find out more about the emerging risks and what you can do to safeguard sensitive tax data.


Deadlines and Penalties

Every year you’re responsible for getting a W-2 or 1099-MISC to each of your employees and independent contractors, along with filing this information with the SSA or IRS. Understand the various deadlines so you file on time and avoid potentially costly penalties.


Deadlines and Penalties