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2012 1098-E and 1098-T Software

The 1099fire has released the 2012 version of 1098-E – Student Loan Interest Statement and 1098-T – Tuition Statement Software for paper and electronic filing of financial establishments, government agencies, and educational institutions. This new software makes it easy to import data such as files from CSV to Excel, print them and electronically files them.

 

The 1099fire is proud to be the only company to offer OneTouch e-filing. This feature allows software users, with just one click of a button to automatically log-in and upload the file to the IRS Tax Fire System. The user shall then receive a receipt to verify that the transaction had successfully been made.

 

Changes to IRS Tax form 1098-E and 1098-T were for the tax year 2011. The 1098-E and 1098-T software has been adjusted to include these said changes. Demo software of 1098-E and 1098-T could be downloaded in the 1099Fire official site, www.1099fire.com

 

The software has 2 copies. Copy B of 1098-E and 1098-T software could be printed on plain paper with black ink instructions and with social security masking. The data can be printed or file electronically on Copy A. The 1099-B software includes the following features:

 

  • Import from Excel or CSV file format.  Sample excel spreadsheets can be downloaded here  www.1099fire.com/support/import/index.htm

 

  • Print unlimited borrower and student copies on plain paper with blank ink.

 

  • Unlimited 1098E and 1098-T electronic filing via the IRS FIRE system.

 

  • Prompt, courteous and reliable U.S.-based support through phone, chat or e-mail.

 

With more software companies giving out a helping hand on the IRS, sponsoring efficient technologies, the service they give on the public is going to the next level. The transactions being made are getting much easier and convenient. Both involved parties, the IRS and taxpayers are getting the benefit out from these latest technologies.