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W2 Software by Helps Businesses Meet 2014 W2 Deadline with Tools to Print, E-Mail and E-File W-2 Forms

CHICAGO, Jan. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Real Business Solutions (, W2 1099 software provider, drives cost and time savings for tax preparers, small businesses and W2 online filing providers. Through W2 Mate, the W2 1099 preparation solution offered by the company, businesses can E-File W2 tax forms with the government through BSO website and generate password-protected W2 forms in PDF format. The PDF W-2s can then be emailed to employees instead of paper copies, which delivers tangible money and time-saving benefits to US small businesses and payroll providers.


A FREE W2 Software trial can be downloaded from the company's website by visiting .

Using W2 E-File is secure, easy to use, efficient, fast, flexible and helps save the environment. Any filer of W2 forms may file their returns electronically. Any employer who files 250 or more W2 forms for any calendar year must file their W-2s electronically. However, if you have less than 250, we encourage you to file these returns electronically. W2 Mate complies with SSA EFW2 format - Specifications for Filing Forms W-2 Electronically. W2 Mate also complies with IRS Publication 1220- Specifications for Filing Form 1098, 1099, 5498, and W-2G Electronically or Magnetically.

The PDF W2 forms feature available in W2 Mate ( makes issuing W-2s to employees as simple as sending email. No forms to print, no envelopes to stuff, no paper cuts, no postage and no headache. Just enter employee information, generate a PDF file and email. The PDF files generated by the W2 Mate W2 / 1099 compliance system are encrypted and require a password in order to be opened. This makes sending these files by e-mail or any other electronic means more secure. The electronic version of form W2 generated by W2 Mate contains all required information and complies with applicable IRS procedures.

Year after year, small businesses and accounting firms rely on W2 Mate to process thousands of accurate and timely W2 and 1099 returns with the Social Security Administration and IRS. W2 Mate software has some of the best W2 software reviews in the industry.

You can download a free evaluation of W2 Mate and see how easy it's to process W2 and 1099 Forms. Visit to get started.

W2 Mate also supports W2 electronic filing with the federal government and the following states: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin.

Give the W2 print and e-File utility a test drive and start saving time and money while processing W2s. Visit .


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