The Fastest, Most Convenient and Most Secure Way to Report Your Taxes
Should I E-File?
If saving time, money, and the environment is important to you, then using an e-filing system like Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting may be something to consider when filing your taxes this year.
Sage 100 e-Filing software has the powerful ability to minimize data entries by automatically populating much of your tax information on the electronic forms directly from your Sage 100 employee and vendor data. Accidentally skipping an important field in a tax form could end up requiring an amendment, but the Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting module eliminates that possibility by automatically alerting you of any such error by highlighting the fields in red that may still need to be filled out. With Sage e-Filing software you can easily view and edit the information right on your screen, and then once you’re happy with the way everything looks, the form is ready to print or e-file. There is no need to look around for certain essential tax information needed to complete the e-Filing process because much of the information needed will already be stored in the Sage 100 database. Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting can also save you time by automatically creating necessary reports and eliminate the need to handle, align and store forms. Since the IRS processes tax returns on a first-in, first-out basis, e-Filing through the Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting module will give you instant gratification that your taxes will be processed as quickly as possible. Use Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting to save significant time so you can focus on the other important areas of your business.
Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting save you money in a few ways. First, it saves on supplies by virtually eliminating the need for things like paper, postage, toner and ink. Not only that but the Sage 100 Federal and State e-Filing and Reporting module gives you the power to file your own taxes no matter how l