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The Back End of eFiling

Make no mistake: I have been an avid proponent of eFiling for decades. In fact, my enthusiasm for eFiling and mandatory eFiling at that, predated eFiling’s actual readiness for prime time by more than a few years. 574 more words


Now access Income tax Account from your Bank Account

If you have forgotten your e-Filing login password and you are unsuccessfull with the other options of resetting password, then you can use the new facility to get direct access to your Income Tax Department e-Filing account using the net-banking facility of your bank. 506 more words

Income Tax

Avoiding Ethical Issues When Filing and Serving Documents

As published in The Recorder, November 3, 2014

by Alicia Queen, Attorney at Law, File & ServeXpress

Traditionally, the legal profession is slow to adapt to technology changes. 650 more words

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SARS eFiling Search Mickey-Mouse

28 Nov 2014

Once you are logged in to SARSeFiling, how will you know where to Search for Tax Payer?

You will not know.

There is no search bar or link indicating Search for Tax Payer. 703 more words


Submitting Your First eCourt Filing

Mandatory eCourt begins today for the eleven circuit courts that currently have the Oregon eCourt system.  In last week’s post, I described 10 steps to get ready for eFiling. 372 more words

Oregon Law Practice Management

Review of SARSeFiling system, otherwise known as SARSeFrustrating

When you click the LOGIN button on the http://www.sarsefiling.co.za/ website, you are taken to the following page:

After many years and hours of working in SARSeFiling, I can assure you that this short cutoff time, currently 5 minutes, is highly impractical and a source of great frustration to a tax worker who routinely has to access supporting files/documentation, deal with office interruptions and consult with colleagues in between. 249 more words


Law Firms Use E-Filing To Enhance Productivity And Reduce Risk

As Published in The Recorder, October 6, 2014

by Steven J. Reynolds and Jack Trott, Esq., File & ServeXpress

California courts are increasingly implementing e-Filing to improve document exchange efficiency. 688 more words

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