What is the IRS Form 4506-T?
Form 4506-T is an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) document that is used to retrieve past tax transcripts that are on file with the IRS. The document must be signed and dated by the taxpayer, thus giving a third party permission to retrieve the taxpayer’s data. With the IRS Form 4506T, one can order 1040 (individual), 1120/1120S (business), 1065 (business), Wage and Income, 1041 and 990 transcripts. The document allows a taxpayer to request up to the last 4 most current tax years.
What is a “veri-tax”?
A “veri-tax” is an IRS Tax Transcript and is the finished result of an executed IRS Form 4506-T. Click here to see a sample “veri-tax”.
How long does it take to receive transcripts?
Completed transcripts usually are received within 72-96 hours.
How is Veri-Tax able to complete 4506-T requests so fast?
Veri-Tax is an authorized bulk vendor of the IRS, processing thousands of 4506-T requests weekly through the IRS system of data processing centers. Veri-Tax was the first vendor to deliver “veri-taxes” from the IRS electronically in 1999. Veri-Tax is the leader in high volume IRS Form 4506-T Processing.
Can I go directly through the IRS to receive the transcripts?
Yes, but it can take anywhere between 6 to 60 days to receive the data from the IRS. Veri-Tax will deliver the transcripts electronically in normally 72-96 hours. Moreover, Veri-Tax offers customer service and order accountability that the IRS frequently lacks in processing Form 4506-T requests.
What are the different types of “veri-taxes” that can be requested via the 4506-T?
With the IRS Form 4506-T, one can order 1040 (individual), 1120/1120S (business), 1065 (business), Wage and Income, 1041 and 990 transcripts.
What is the difference between the IRS Form 4506 and the IRS Form 4506-T?
The IRS Form 4506 is used to retrieve photo copies of the tax returns that were filed by the taxpayer. A 4506 can take the IRS up to 60 days to complete. The IRS Form 4506-T is used to obtain IRS Tax transcripts (a “veri-tax”). The 4506-T usually takes 1 business day to obtain from the IRS. Veri-Tax specializes in 4506-T processing and does not offer 4506 services.
What is the difference between a “Copy of the IRS Tax Return” and an “IRS Tax Transcript” (a “veri-tax”)?
An IRS Tax Transcript (“veri-tax”) is a line by line breakdown of the full tax return or data filed by the taxpayer or employer (W-2 & 1099). The photocopy of the return is a copy of the return filed. Tax Transcripts are obtained much more quickly than copies of tax returns. The photocopy is obtained by using the 4506 (not the 4506-T) and takes around 60 days for the IRS to process. Veri-Tax does not process the IRS 4506, instead specializing in fast processing of 4506-T.
How long is the signature date on the 4506-T good for?
IRS Form 4506-T must be signed and dated by the taxpayer. The date is valid for 120 days. This rule is strictly enforced by Veri-Tax and the IRS. Any 4506-T that appears to have an expired, post-dated or altered date will be rejected by Veri-Tax and/or the IRS.
How much does it cost to place an order?
Veri-Tax charges per tax year requested. You can order up to four past tax years. Veri-Tax also offers corporate volume discounts. Contact a Customer Happiness Representative at: 800-969-5100 or at email@example.com for more information.
How do I pay for income tax return verification services?
We accept major credit cards including: Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover, and Debit Checking Card. If you have a corporate account with us we will invoice you by mail at the end of each month. Veri-Tax does not charge setup fees or monthly minimums for corporate account holders.
Are there any fees to setup a Corporate Account?
No, there are no administration or setup fees involved in obtaining a corporate account through Veri-Tax’s secure web portal.
How do you place an IRS Form 4506-T order?
Our order processing is fast and simple. You login to our website and create the order online. Complete the order by submitting a signed 4506-T or create an e-sign order. Once Veri-Tax receives a signed 4506-T and reviews it for completeness, you will be emailed a confirmation that the order has been electronically batched to the IRS. When the IRS tax transcript is uploaded into Veri-Tax’s system, you are sent an email notifying you that the order is complete. Upon logging in to your secure order profile, you can download the IRS Tax Transcript.
How are the IRS transcripts delivered?
The “veri-taxes” are delivered electronically into your order profile on our secure website. When Veri-Tax receives the data from the IRS an email is sent to notify the user. The transcripts come in PDF format (Adobe Acrobat is required to view document) or XML data based on how your account is set up.
How many years of tax information can I request?
You can request up to the last 4 tax years.
The tax payer filed an extension this past tax year. How long does it take the IRS to add the return to their database?
It typically takes the IRS 6 to eight 8 weeks to add new filings or corrections to their database.
What are some of the reasons why an IRS Form 4506-T are “rejected” or not processed?
The most common reason why the IRS will not process an order is that the address does not match the tax year that is requested on the form. You should put a previous address on Line # 4 of the IRS Form 4506-T. Another reason is that the data on the form or signature is “illegible”. Users are advised to make sure all information is large and readable.
If there is a problem with my order how will I be notified?
An email will be sent to the person who placed the order stating the nature of the problem reported by the IRS.
Can I speak to a “live” person at Veri-Tax?
Yes! Call our Customer Happiness Team at (800) 969-5100. Our office hours are 5:00 am – 5:00 pm PST.