Small Business Taxes & Management

Special Report

Migration of e-Services


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The IRS is reporting that many of the IRS online services applications have already switched to a new authentication platform. New users for those applications create an account via a trusted technology provider,, instead of the legacy IRS system. specializes in digital identity protection and helps us make sure you're you-and not someone pretending to be you-before we give you access to your information. You’ll be able to use your account across multiple IRS tools and at other government agencies that also use

In the summer of 2022, the IRS plans to migrate the e-Services suite of tax professional online applications and products behind These products and applications will be impacted:

While e-Services applications won’t use until this summer, you can get ready for the migration and set up an account now using Tax Pro Account.

If you need to create a Secure Access account for e-Services now but can’t authenticate your identity through the online Secure Access process, contact the e-Help Desk for assistance. If the e-Help Desk can’t assist you in creating your account, they’ll advise you to make an appointment at a Taxpayer Assistance Center (TAC) to prove your identity in person. You must complete your in person proofing and contact the e-Help Desk back by June 15, 2022, for your account to be created. If you can’t complete this process by June 15, 2022, you must wait for the e-Services migration to


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--Last Update 05/05/22