Don't Miss The W-2 Form 2016 Tax Year Deadlines

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Employee Copies Must be Provided by

January 31, 2017

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W-2 Paper Returns Must be Filed by

January 31, 2017

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Online W-2 Forms Must be E-filed by

January 31, 2017

5 Simple Steps to E-File Your W-2 Forms Online

E-filing Form W-2 online doesn’t get easier than with ExpressIRSForms!

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    Create Account

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    Add Employer Details

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    Add Employee Details

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    Enter Wage Amounts

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    Pay & Transmit

Note : Keep in mind, for more than 250 filings it is mandatory to e-file Form W-2 with the IRS.

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W-2 Form Corrections

Corrections on your W-2 Forms can be easily done through ExpressIRSForms. Our e-filing system locates your error and provides step-by-step instructions to correct and retransmit.

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Easily E-file Your W-2 & W-3 Forms Online at ExpressIRSForms

Each year, employers are required to file wage and tax information for their employees with the Social Security Administration (SSA) on Forms W-2 and W-3. Now, filing Form W-2 has never been faster or easier than it is with ExpressIRSForms. We even create a Form W-3 for you when you e-file W-2 Forms to complete the entire process!

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Form W-2

Wage and Tax Statement, used to report compensation paid to employees throughout the year. Employers are required to report this tax information to the SSA, and ExpressIRSForms is here to help!..Read More

W-2 State Filing

Like federal filing, the employer is required to report applicable state taxes. You can report withheld state taxes without the hassle at ExpressIRSForms and even get your copies instantly!..Read More

Form W-2c

The correction form for mistakes (incorrect SSN, name, amount) made when filing your Form W-2 with the SSA. It’s always best to e-file Form W-2c with a secure IRS-Authorized agent like ExpressIRSForms..Read More

Form W-3

Transmittal of Wage and Tax Statements, needs to be submitted when paper filing W-2 Forms. When you e-file with ExpressIRSForms, Form W-3 is automatically generated in our system for your records..Read More

Form W-3c

Transmittal of Corrected Wage and Tax Statement (Form W-2c), needs to be submitted with Form W-2c when paper filing. Form W-3c includes a summary of all the filing information in the W-2c Forms..Read More

What Information is Required to File Forms W-2 and W-3?

E-File IRS Form 1095-C, Employer-Provided Health Insurance Offer and Coverage Insurance

Information Required to File Form W-2

  • Employer Details (name, EIN, address, employee code, employer type)
  • Employee Details (name, SSN, address, contact details)
  • Federal Wage and Tax Details
  • State Wage and Tax Details

E-File IRS Form 1094-C

Information Required to File Form W-3


  • Employer Details (name, EIN, address, employee code, employer type)
  • Employee Details (name, SSN, address, contact details)
  • Federal Wage and Tax Details
  • State Wage and Tax Details
  • Total Number of Accompanying W-2 Forms
E-File IRS Form 1095-B, Health Coverage

Information Required to File Form W-2C

  • Corrected Employer Details (name, EIN, address, employee code, employer type)
  • Corrected Employee Details (name, SSN, address, contact details)
  • Corrected Wage and Tax Amounts

E-File IRS Form 1094-B

Information Required to File Form W-3C

Form W-3C is the transmittal copy of Form W-2C, and the following information is needed to file Form W-3C with the IRS:


  • Corrected Employer Details (name, EIN, address, employee code, employer type)
  • Corrected Employee Details (name, SSN, address, contact details)
  • Corrected Wage and Tax Amounts
  • Total Number of Accompanying W-2C Forms

Frequently Asked Questions: Form W-2/W-3

The SSA has changed the filing extensions for 2016 W-2 Forms to make them no longer automatic. This applies to the current 2016 filing year and future years.

Yes, you can apply for an extension which the SSA will consider if you provide a detailed explanation for why you need additional time.

No. Form W-3 is only needed when submitting paper W-2 Forms. When you e-file with ExpressIRSForms, we automatically generate a Form W-3 based on the information you provide.

ExpressIRSForms handles this with ease: simply use one of our two upload options, Smart Upload or Bulk Upload. -Smart Upload: With the Smart Upload, you can upload all of your data at once using your own Excel template. -Bulk Upload: With our standard Bulk Upload, you can use our Excel sheet to input and upload your data all at once.

Yes, ExpressIRSForms currently supports state e-filing for Form W-2 for 39 states.

You can easily correct your W-2 Forms by using the Form W-2c option in your ExpressIRSForms account. And as an added bonus, if you filed your initial W-2 Forms with us, your corrections are free to file!

Generally, you must pay any penalty incurred for not filing a Form W-2, unless you can show that the failure to file was due to events beyond your control rather than neglect and that you took steps to avoid the failure to file.

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