Once you have created your account, you must gain access to the taxes/fees you wish to file and/or pay with Webfile.
You only have to do this once for each tax/fee and taxpayer.
Select Add Taxpayer Access and enter an 11-digit taxpayer number (no dashes or spaces) to file/pay taxes and fees for that taxpayer.
Select Remove Webfile Access to remove access for a taxpayer account from your profile. This will not affect the tax account; only remove it from your list.
If you would like to access the taxpayer account again you will need their Webfile number.
To file and/or pay taxes or fees using Webfile, you need a Personal Identification Code (Webfile number). This number will be printed on returns and notices you receive from us in the mail.
Your Personal Identification Code (Webfile number) will be one of the following:
Any taxpayer account can be assigned to multiple Webfile user profiles by providing the taxpayer’s Webfile number for authentication.
Press Create Access.
Read the Terms and Conditions carefully.
By checking I Agree and selecting Continue, the account holder is agreeing to the terms and conditions of use.
Account Holder is a reference to the specific User Identification assigned to this account and specific tax or fee. This is not referring to management within your company such as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
You can now use Webfile to file and/or pay taxes and fees with this account.
Manage Profile: Select one of these options to update your user profile, change your security question, change your password or return to the eSystems menu.
If your question is not addressed here, contact us.
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