The new year brings new budgets, new vacation plans, and new marketing agendas. However, the new year also brings tax season. It’s best to have your return prepared as soon as you have all of your tax documents. If you wait, you risk losing some of your paperwork or being rushed and forgetting to take deductions.
Personal Tax Preparation Services
The U.S. federal tax code makes preparing even a simple return somewhat complicated. Add rental income, income from a small business, stock dividends, interest income, and/or charitable deductions, and you need the help of a tax professional to make sure your tax returns are accurate and that you’ve claimed all of the deductions to which you are entitled. A good tax professional can also help you minimize your tax obligation for the coming year. You can still file your taxes electronically when you have our tax service prepare them, ensuring that you get your refund more quickly. Our tax service will also stand beside you and help defend your return in the unlikely event the IRS audits you.
Business Tax Preparation Services
Whether you have a freelance business where you are the sole employee, own a small business with just a handful of employees, or have a business with multiple locations and hundreds of employees, you need a tax professional’s services with experience in preparing business tax returns. Inventory, employee withholding, and/or self-employment taxes are just some of the elements that make calculating your own business taxes all but impossible. Plus, as with personal returns, our tax service will stand beside you should you be audited.
Other Income Tax Services
In addition to helping you prepare your individual and business tax returns, our tax service can assist you to quickly file unfiled prior returns (W2’s and 1099 not needed), set up repayment plans, “Fresh Start Initiative,” stop collection activity, wage garnishments, liens, and levies.
Another way to combat IRS collection actions and give you more time to pay your bills may be to file for Chapter 7 or 13 bankruptcy protection. Chapter 13 is a personal reorganization plan. Unlike liquidation bankruptcy, under Chapter 13, you are given up to five years to pay back your creditors, including the IRS. Taxes may be discharged in bankruptcy!
We have the experience you need to file your tax returns and solve your tax issues correctly and quickly. Our senior tax preparer is a retired IRS agent with more than 30 years of IRS experience. She knows the right people to talk to and the right questions to ask. She also knows where to look for legitimate personal and business deductions, so you don’t pay any more than you rightfully owe.
To learn more about our income tax return services, call us at (480) 961-1906 or contact us online.