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IRS Tax Forms

Internal Revenue Agency Tax forms for you to download.

California Franchise Tax Board

A site dedicated to help taxpayers file tax returns timely, accurately, and pay the correct amount to fund services important to Californians.

The Internal Revenue Service

Home of the IRS on the Web.

IRS Small Business Self-Employed Tax Center

The IRS Small Business and Self-Employed Tax Center is your one-stop online resource for all small business and self-employed tax forms and helpful information.

Better Business Bureau

Site dedicated to helping consumers and businesses in order to maintain an ethical marketplace.

U.S. Business Advisor

This site, sponsored by the SBA, offers information on business development, International trade, financial assistance, laws and regulations and workplace issues.

American Arbitration Association

Provides information about mediation, arbitration, and the different forms of ADR (alternative dispute resolution).

Form 1040 ES

Estimated Tax Payment Voucher. Use this form to pay Quarterly Estimated Tax payments to the IRS.

Form SS-4

Application for Employer Identification Number

Form 2848

Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative. Use this form to authorize an individual who is eligible to practice before the IRS as your representative

Form I-9

Employers are required to use the new Employment Eligibility Verification Form I-9, or risk fines and penalties, says U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

Educational Videos

IRS Videos Dedicated to Small Business

Find out what tax credits, deductions and law changes may affect your small business

IRS Videos for Retirement Plans

Find out what tax credits, deductions and law changes may affect your small businessRetirement plans, such as 401(k)s and IRAs, can help you save for retirement

IRS Videos for Identity Theft

Protect yourself from ID theft and find out how the IRS can help if you're a victim.