Helpful Internet Links
Here are some helpful Web Sites.
Where's My Refund
Here you can find out when you should receive your Federal refund.
Use this link to find out when you should receive your Missouri refund.
Use this link to find out when you will receive your Kansas state refund.
All employees should complete a new W-4 annually.This form will determine how much should be withheld from their paychecks for federal tax.
Every employee must submit proof of employment eligibility by completing Federal I-9 before beginning the job. This form must be completed every time the documents used to verify expire.
This form is used by employees to determine how much state withholding their employer should take out of their paychecks.
Employees should complete this form if they are going to have Kansas taxes withheld on their W-2.
Use this form to register your business in Missouri for employment taxes, sales taxes, corporate taxes, etc.
Form 1099 Information
This link will provide instructions for most information returns. It contains links to other items of interest.
Use this form to report miscellaneous income to the IRS, state, and recipient.
These instructions are helpful for Form 1099-Misc information returns.
Use this form to submit information returns such as 1099-Misc., etc.
Use this form to submit Missouri copies of Form 1099-Misc.
F.I.R.E. is the website used to send information returns electronically. You will need to create an account.
Use this to apply to use the FIRE system to file information returns. See the instructions included with this link.
Use this form to request an extension of time to file information returns.
Use this form to request a waiver if you are required to file information returns electronically but wish to submit paper returns instead.
You can use this link to order forms from the IRS at no charge.
Always ask for this completed form from a contractor that is performing a service for your business or rental. Make sure you have it in hand before the contractor receives payment.
One of the most frequently visited sites in America. The Internal Revenue Service has more than you would ever want to know regarding taxes.
The Social Security Administration website. This is a great place to request earnings reports or to ask questions about Social Security.
You can access current and prior period tax forms as well as useful publications.