The price of our services depends on the amount of time that needs to be dedicated to a project as well as the level of complexity. Thus, projects that take more time and require the expertise of a more experienced and highly trained staff member will cost more.

The time it takes to prepare a tax return varies depending on the level of complexity and whether or not we have all the information necessary to complete the return and what format that information is in. The more organized your information is and the faster you get it to us, the faster your return will be ready.

A tax notice is a letter sent by the IRS notifying you that there is a discrepancy in your tax return, usually due to items that are missing (such as income that is not reported). A tax notice may or may not result in an audit. In some cases, it simply requires that a letter of explanation is sent to the IRS. If you receive a tax notice, send us a copy so we can advise you on the appropriate course of action.

The first thing you should do is to send us the letter notifying you that your tax return is being audited. Then, give us power of attorney and we will take care of everything related to your audit on your behalf. You can also engage us to assist you in an advisory role as you go through the audit yourself.

Yes, we can prepare tax returns for any state in the United States. There is an additional fee for each state return that we prepare for you.

CPAs are highly trained and experienced professionals who can advise you about how current tax laws apply to your unique financial situation, and also help you with tax planning. Software does not do this. Additionally, many tax issues are beyond the scope of what employees of seasonal tax return services are trained to handle.

Yes, we are always available to answer your questions or help you with situations that arise during the year.

Yes, every year we send our clients tax organizers which include all of the information from the previous year already filled in. You don’t need to fill out the whole tax organizer. Only input information that are not covered by your original tax documents, such as W-2s, 1099s, etc.