State Tax E-Filing Update: Corporate, Partnership and S Corporation Returns

Mastering Latest Rules and Technologies for Mandatory and Optional Electronic Filing

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Conducted on Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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This teleconference will provide corporate tax managers and advisors with an update and analysis of the latest e-filing options and mandates for state business-related returns from revenue departments and the IRS.


State tax professionals at companies and advisory firms must scramble to keep up with evolving state e-filing mandates and options. Starting Jan. 1, 2013, corporate return e-file mandates start in Colorado, Illinois (partnership), Michigan (corporate income tax), Rhode Island, Tennessee and West Virginia.

Federal-State e-file now has 38 state participants. Meanwhile, partnership and S corp. filers aren't being left behind. New York, for example, just started requiring e-filing by many partnerships this year. Tax specialists need to track an array of e-filing program options, rules and software requirements.

A briefing on the latest developments in the fast-changing array of e-filing programs for or affecting businesses will help you meet deadlines and manage the process more effectively from a multi-state perspective.

Listen as our panel of veteran corporate tax professionals and advisors helps you assess the latest state e-filing mandates and options.



  1. Upcoming and recent state e-filing mandates and options
    1. For corporate returns
    2. For partnership returns
    3. For S corporation returns
  2. Federal-State e-file program update
    1. Latest states to come on board
    2. How the platform works
  3. General guidance for taxpayers on state e-filing
    1. Ubiquitous and less-obvious requirements
    2. Steps state software providers are taking


The panel will address these and other topics important to tax professionals concerned with multiple states:

  • Common elements in state revenue agency approaches to e-filing.
  • Requirements for the taxpayer on software and technology.
  • Steps to safeguard confidential information.

Following the speaker presentations, you'll have an opportunity to get answers to your specific questions during the interactive Q&A.


Terry Hunt
Terry Hunt
E-File Manager
Kansas Department of Revenue

He leads corporate e-filing efforts for a revenue agency that was one of the first participants in the Federal-State...  |  Read More

Aaron Lindwall
Aaron Lindwall
Support Analyst

He specializes in e-filing issues and has worked in industry and tax technology for the past 18 years.

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