ExpressTaxExempt guides users through their desired 990 form step-by-step, providing helpful hints and pointers along the way, and even performing an error check before filing.
Rock Hill, South Carolina (PRWEB) May 15, 2016
Just in time for the 2015 filing deadline on May 16, 2016, http://ExpressTaxExempt.com is able to provide users with simple and efficient e-filing for the Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-N (E-postcard), as well as Extension Form 8868, Parts I & II. And, coming soon, ExpressTaxExempt will be able to support Form 1023, the Application for Recognition of Exemption.
ExpressTaxExempt is the latest product release by SPAN Enterprises, which has been creating top-of-the line, innovative cloud-based software for a variety of users since its inception in 2009. Created and based in Rock Hill, South Carolina, SPAN’s developed a global presence in less than a decade of operation, landing a spot at #1150 on Inc. 5000’s 2015 List of Fastest-Growing, Privately-Held Companies, and ranked #1 in South Carolina for Software Development. Over the course of the last six years, SPAN has had a passion for problem solving and making people’s online software experience as efficient and enjoyable as possible.
In 2014, SPAN first introduced the e-filing community to Express990, an IRS-approved e-filing software that would allow tax-exempt organizations to file their Forms 990, 990-EZ, and 990-N. Expanding upon Express990 comes SPAN’s newest e-filing software for tax exempt organizations, ExpressTaxExempt. Express990 offered easy and fast e-filing for various types of tax exempt information returns with top of the line customer service. ExpressTaxExempt will continue to offer these forms and the features that had users calling Express990 the “best [e-filing] provider on the IRS recommended provider list!”
ExpressTaxExempt brings new features to an updated interface, similar to the one Express990 users are accustomed to, including multiple user access, bulk upload for contributions and other 990 data, and access to premium support. As with SPAN’s other products, ExpressTaxExempt users will be able to e-file for some of the best prices and have access to the best customer service in the industry. Users can e-file Form 990-N (E-postcard) for free for the current tax year and for $9.90 for previous years; Form 990-EZ is available to file starting at $129.95 per return; Form 990 is available to file starting at $299.95 per return; and Form 8868 (Extension) is available for $14.95 per extension.
http://ExpressTaxExempt.com guides users through their desired forms step-by-step, providing helpful hints and pointers along the way, and even performing an error check before filing. All of these features work together to allow users to create and e-file their information returns in a speedy and accurate way. Users can e-file their required documents with the IRS and will be able to access these forms to view, print, or save for their records at any time.
Once the filing process is complete and the IRS has reviewed the return, ExpressTaxExempt generates an email for the filer, alerting him/her that the IRS has either accepted or rejected the return. With the security, ease, and peace of mind that ExpressTaxExempt offers, along with its variety of growing forms, SPAN expects to see clients continue to use the program for years to come.
ExpressTaxExempt is one of over a dozen web-based programs and mobile apps developed by http://SPANEnterprises.com. Its products are built and supported in Rock Hill, SC, and the company has been proudly creating jobs in the USA since 2009. From tax filers, to truckers, to Mary Kay consultants, to health and wellness centers, SPAN has created and provided software for the needs of innumerable clients, and continues to provide incomparable customer support along the way. SPAN Enterprises is far from the average software company, as it celebrates tradition and stays connected to its roots, but is also not afraid to forge new paths in pursuit of cutting-edge software solutions. The past six years were just the beginning of the SPAN-story; stay tuned to see what’s next.