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An EFIN is not transferable. It is tied to the business location, not to a particular preparer (the PTIN identifies the preparer of the return). An ERO can accept self-prepared returns for transmission, but I am wary of transmitting another preparer's returns for compensation under another professional's EFIN.
What Is the Difference Between ERO and EFIN? As stated above, an ERO is a business that is an authorized e-file provider by the IRS. An EFIN, or Electronic Filing Identification Number, is a 6-digit number given by the IRS to applicants who have been accepted for e-filing.
An EFIN is not transferable. It is tied to the business location, not to a particular preparer (the PTIN identifies the preparer of the return). An ERO can accept self-prepared returns for transmission, but I am wary of transmitting another preparer's returns for compensation under another professional's EFIN.
Definition. The Electronic Return Originator (ERO) is the Authorized IRS e-file Provider who originates the electronic submission of a return to the IRS. The ERO is usually the first point of contact for most taxpayers filing a return using IRS e-file.
Keep in mind, it can take up to 45 days from the date of submission for the IRS to approve your e-file application. To complete the application, you'll need to: supply identification information for your firm. enter information about each Principal and Responsible Official in your organization.
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This Form 8633 is the new combined form to use to apply to be an authorized e-file provider of any of the Individual or Business e-file programs.
What is an Electronic Filing Identification Number (EFIN)? Providers need an EFIN to electronically file tax returns. We assign an EFIN to identify firms that have completed the IRS e-file Application to become an Authorized IRS e-file Provider.
An EFIN should not be used at more than one fixed location, e.g., the one to which it was assigned by the application process. For example, if a preparer has 15 offices and plans to transmit returns from all of them, the preparer would need to have 15 EFINs.
A compliance check is a review of information forms that the IRS requires taxpayer to file or maintain; for example, 940s, 941s, W-2s, 1099s, or W-4s. During a compliance check, the IRS may ask taxpayers whether they understand or have questions about the filing requirements for these forms.
The "Authorized IRS e-file Provider" database is a nationwide listing of all businesses which have been accepted to participate in the electronic filing (IRS e-file) program.

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