Tax Preparation

WARNING: IRS Audits Rapidly Increasing…
How Confident Are You That Your Return is Accurate?
Could You be Missing Potential Deductions?

10 million tax payers missed out on a chance to get a bigger refund last year simply because they neglected to fill out one line on their tax return. Will you miss a similar opportunity this year?

Today’s tax laws are increasingly complicated and the rules for deductions and credits change year by year. Are you aware of all the deductions and credits that might be available to you this year, even on the most basic of tax returns? Perhaps you feel secure in your do-it-yourself tax preparation software, but let’s face it… There is no substitute for an experienced tax professional who can answer your questions and ask you the questions that might be key to saving you tax dollars.

With our tax return services you get:

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Assurance that your return has been checked and double-checked for mathematical accuracy and errors that are commonly flagged by the IRS, resulting in fewer chances for contact by the IRS.

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Tips for better managing your payroll withholding so that you can have the advantage of greater income all year long, rather than loaning that money to the government and waiting for it to come back in the form of your yearly tax return.

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A list of common deductions that may benefit you in the coming year, and tips for limiting your future tax liability.

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Electronic filing for a quicker refund.

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Thomas (Greg) Talbott’s Pro Tips to Negotiate with the IRS

With the tax deadline firmly in the rearview, most people are enjoying pool time and picnics, free of the tax worries of springtime. (Though perhaps not free of all the inflation and stock market pressures we’re all currently facing. Hang in there.)But that’s not true...

It’s the Day After #TaxDay. Now What?

The culmination of the tax season festival has come and gone. Ideally, you got your tax return filed by the deadline. But maybe you didn’t. Either way – what happens now? First, the simpler scenarios – your taxes were done and filed by the deadline (April 18th):...

Thomas (Greg) Talbott’s “Help Me Remember” Holiday Prayer

These last couple weeks of 2021 are already a little unusual.Current events are swirling around virus policy, the big Biden "Build Back Better" Act seems to have hit a Joe-Manchin-sized brick wall, sports leagues are in an uproar around rising case numbers, and...

Tax Resolution 101 – Penalties and Interest

You already owe a tax debt to the IRS or State. Then they add interest and penalties on top of that? Talk about adding insult to injury. It is important to understand how interest and penalties are applied by the IRS to know how it impacts your tax debt. Interest...

Tax Resolution 101 – Motor Vehicle, Registration and Professional License Holds

It is everyone’s favorite place to go. Whether your state calls it the MVA, the DMV or something else entirely, it is still a necessary inconvenience at best. Now imagine you have waited in line all afternoon to take care of your license and you find out you can’t...

Tax Resolution 101 – Installment Agreements

One of the possible resolutions to your case is what is called an Installment Agreement. And it is what you think it is – the result of properly presenting your financial condition and negotiating an acceptable monthly payment [the important words in that sentence...

Tax Resolution 101 – Liens and Levies

What’s a lien? What’s a levy? What’s the difference? Both a tax lien and a tax levy are collection tools used by the IRS and State to pressure taxpayers into payment or making payment arrangements. But there is an important distinction between a tax lien and a tax...

Tax Resolution 101 – Wage Garnishment

Imagine collecting your paycheck Friday at quitting time, or checking your direct deposit, and seeing the amount is half of what it should be, maybe less. If you owe back taxes, the likely reason over half your paycheck is gone is you just got hit with a wage...

Should I Hire a Professional to Help Resolve My Tax Problems?

Sometimes taxpayers with IRS or State tax problems decide to face the IRS or State on their own. Sometimes they hire a professional like an attorney or EA, even a CPA, but not someone who specializes in tax resolution. The best thing to do when faced with tax problems...

Why Choose a CPA and Not a Tax Attorney?

You’ve decided to do something about your IRS and/or State tax problems. Great! That is an important first step on the road to getting your life back. What comes next could determine the fate of your case – who do you reach out to for help? Although there are several...

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