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As you’ve probably heard, DOR has a new electronic filing system—MassTaxConnect—coming to business taxpayers November 30th, 2015. We’ve blogged about MassTaxConnect before, including about the top 10 benefits business taxpayers can expect from the system as well as “What’s New” with the system compared to DOR’s existing e-filing system, WebFile for Business.

With November 30th soon approaching, we’re working around the clock to provide all the information needed to prepare business taxpayers for the MassTaxConnect launch.

You’ve heard about it, but now you can experience it for yourself. DOR’s team of MassTaxConnect experts recently released a short 15-minute webinar that gives you a sneak peek of what you can expect when we transition to MassTaxConnect later this fall. Learn about MassTaxConnect from the comfort of your home office by taking the following guided MassTaxConnect webinar:

MTC Home screen

In the webinar, you will be engaged by our well versed MassTaxConnect navigator who will be your guide through an online tour of MassTaxConnect. See how the system works in action. Along with its user-friendly interface and new functionalities, MassTaxConnect will make filing and paying business taxes quicker, simpler, and more efficient than ever before.

Also, you may begin to see our newest public service announcement (“PSA”) on the airwaves!  But in case you don’t have cable, you can also see it on our YouTube page.

Be sure to visit our MassTaxConnect info page for all upcoming news and additional resources.

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