The IRS no longer uses e-file PINs to verify your identity, and is only using prior-year adjusted gross income (AGI) or your prior-year self-selected PIN.read more
1040.com is officially open for business! You can now log in and get started on your return – and hey, who couldn’t use $300?read more
The IRS is phasing out the Electronic Filing PIN, because using your prior year AGI is a lot more secure. Here’s how to find and use your 2014 AGI.read more
You’ve just e-filed your return, sending your annual bundle of joy screaming through cyberspace toward the IRS. Then you get the news. Your return was rejected by the IRS because the PIN number you entered during filing wasn’t what it was supposed to be. Now what?
Not to worry. You have some options.read more