Here you will find answers to the most commonly asked questions, including details on completing your tax return, accessing and uploading documents into your secure data folder, and more!
DATES TO REMEMBER
Deadlines for 2018 Tax Year
April 15th – Individual and C Corporation Tax Deadline
File and pay any balances due on your 1040 or 1120 by the April 15th 2019.
March 15th – Partnership and S Corporation Tax Deadline
Tax return due date for flow-through entities is the fifteenth day of the third month of the company’s fiscal year. The extended due date for flow-through taxes will be September 16, 2019.
October 15th – Filing Deadline for Individual and C Crop with Extension
If you filed an extension prior to April 15th, this is your final deadline to file your returns.
September 16th – Filing Deadline for Partnerships and S Crop with Extension
If you filed an extension prior to March 15th, this is your final filing deadline.
Documents to Gather
Below is a list of the most common documents we need to prepare your taxes.
Copy of previous year’s tax return
If we prepared your return last year, then we will already have a copy.
Records of wages, compensation or tips
These are your Forms W2s and 1099s from Jan. to Dec. of the tax year.
Record of business income and expenses for self-employed
This is likely to be your business P&L, Balance Sheet and Cashflow statement.
Record of interest and/or dividends
This is likely to be a Form 1099 from a US financial institution or your year-end interest statement from your local bank.
Record of any mortgage interest
If you own a property in another country and you have a mortgage on that property, you should receive a statement saying how much interest you pay annually; this is the statement we need.
Record of distribution from Pensions, Annuities, Profit Sharing, IRA or other retirement accounts
If you have withdrawn any money from any of these accounts, your employer or broker should have sent you a statement.
Record of any Social Security benefits
Any social security benefits that have been paid to you.
Record of any additional income
This could be rental income if you rent out a property, interest from bonds or savings accounts if they have not sent you a tax statement, etc.
Federal Tax Return – $295 – 595
This includes Federal form 1040, one standard State form, and Schedules A, B, C, (Profit and Loss from self-employed business), D, and E (one rental property), up to three Schedule K-1s, and up to 20 bank and brokerage transactions
Small Business Tax Return Preparation – $499 – 1,199
Our filing covers all relevant forms, including but not limited to, Forms 1065, 1120 and 1120-S.
IRS Investigation – $499 – 999
This includes up to 5 accounts ($50 for additional 5 accounts).Your personal IRS Enrolled Agent will establish communication with the IRS, initiate protection from IRS collection actions, and obtain and review the IRS account transcripts to determine what actions we need to take to get you compliant with the IRS.
Offer in Compromise – $1,500 – $4,000
The Offer in Compromise can be difficult to obtain, but our expertise in the process will help give you the best odds for getting a tax settlement accepted. This includes filing of IRS forms 443-A and 656.
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