Epicor Software, a provider of enterprise business software solutions, has released Tax Connect 1099, a cloud-based 1099 tax reporting and processing solution available with a company’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. The solution is delivered on-demand for use with customers’ existing on-premise Epicor ERP environments.
Epicor Tax Connect 1099 acts as an in-house seasoned tax professional, providing a comprehensive 1099 tax preparation reporting solution and research required to file accurate and timely returns. With built-in secure servers linked directly to the IRS, Epicor Tax Connect 1099 allows a one-click process for annual printing, mailing and e-filing. Delivered in the cloud, Epicor Tax Connect 1099 requires little to no IT support and virtually eliminates a company’s requirements for regular compliance updates, providing businesses with an easy to deploy, fast, efficient and affordable system that will help their accounts payable (A/P) departments carry out Form 1099 reporting responsibilities and requirements with ease.
Matt Muldoon, vice president, product marketing for Epicor, said: “Form 1099 regulations and reporting requirements change every year, requiring companies to constantly focus on ensuring they are in compliance with the most recent regulations. Epicor Tax Connect 1099 automates the ever-changing compliance environment, keeping the system up-to-date to ensure accuracy, efficiency and compliance. With this cloud-based subscription service, companies will benefit from a secure, automated and cost-effective solution that will increase productivity and minimise the workload placed on accounts payable departments both during tax filing season and throughout the year.”
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