Accounting - It's More Than Just Numbers
Fees (all inclusive-- no add-ons or additional charges):
$100 Form 1040 EZ
$250 Form 1040 (non business)
$500 Form 1040 (business)
$500 Form 1065 (Small Business LLC/Partnership)
$500 Form 1120 (Small Business Corporation)
$500 Form 1120s (Small Business S-Corporation)
$500 Form 990 (small non profit)
Large Business (1065, 1120, 1120s, 990) by quote
All fees include electronic filing when available
Need someone to prepare your tax return?
There are various types of tax return preparers, including certified public accountants, enrolled agents, attorneys, and many others who don’t have a professional credential. You expect your preparer to be skilled in tax preparation and to accurately file your income tax return. You trust him or her with your most personal information. They know about your marriage, your income, your children and your social security numbers – the details of your financial life.
Most tax return preparers provide outstanding and professional tax service. However, each year, some taxpayers are hurt financially because they choose the wrong tax return preparer.
Be sure to check our tips for choosing a tax preparer.
What kind of tax preparer do I need?
Anyone can be a paid tax return preparer as long as they have an IRS Preparer Tax Identification Number (PTIN). However, tax return preparers have differing levels of skills, education and expertise.
Learn about tax preparer credentials and qualifications. Watch Choose a Tax Preparer Wisely.
How can I check a tax preparer's credentials?
Our Directory of Federal Tax Return Preparers with Credentials and Select Qualifications can help you find preparers in your area who currently hold professional credentials recognized by the IRS, or who hold an Annual Filing Season Program Record of Completion. You can also check the professional organizations many tax preparers belong to.
Beware of "low quotes" that come with in-store add-ons!
Unfortunately, there is an all too common practice in the tax preparation industry of giving low quotes over the phone to get you in, only to find out that quote does not include Schedule A, or Schedule C, or Earned Income Credit worksheets, or something else they then add-on. By the time you leave the office, your $100 tax preparation fee has increased to $300 or more.
All our general tax services are fixed, flat-fees. What we quote, is what you pay. You'll never have a surprise or add-on fee when we finish your taxes.
What if I have a complaint about a tax preparer?
The IRS is committed to investigating paid tax return preparers who act improperly.
Make a complaint if you have been financially impacted by a tax return preparer's misconduct or improper tax preparation practices.
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