Import and E-File AIR XML Files in 5 Minutes

So you’re ready to e-file your AIR XML data to the IRS, and you’ve realized that this process isn’t nearly as simple as it should be. First, you have to register for a TCC, pass some complex test scenarios, then learn the corrections/rejections process, then be able to produce custom code if your file has issues.

There is an Easier Way

With BoomTax, the ACA filing process is totally hands off. This means you won’t need to get a TCC, pass testing, or learn the complex corrections/rejections process. In fact, you won’t even need to contact the IRS! We are an IRS authorized transmitter and software developer, so we handle all of this for you.

The Perils of Doing-It-Yourself

We don’t recommend having customers attempt to e-file their ACA files on their own since:
  • XML export files from outside vendors usually have some errors that are hard to find and fix.
  • Rejections (if not handled properly) can leave your filing in limbo.
  • Corrections require custom development, and most customers will require corrections.
  • Having a 3rd party fix a filing after an unsuccessful self-filing is far more time consuming and costly.
  • The TCC/test scenario process must be re-completed every year.

How Does It Work?

The BoomTax e-filing process is designed to be as simple as possible.

  1. Simply upload your XML on our secure file upload page.
  2. Review your imported data.
  3. Click ‘E-File’ on your filing.

At this point, BoomTax will take over and will send your filing to the IRS and email you a receipt id that you can keep as your proof of submission.

How Do I Get Started?

To get started now,  upload your XML file through our secure file upload page located here:


Please note that you will need to create an account and/or login before you can access this area. Creating an account only takes 30 seconds, so get started today!


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