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Filing your tax return is important not only because of the legal requirement, but in most cases copies of prior year tax returns are required when applying for home or business loans as well as financial assistance for higher education. When you contact me to discuss preparing your tax returns you won't be asked to take a number or take a seat in a waiting room full of people. Instead, we will schedule an appointment at your convenience so you can come in, sit down, grab a cup of coffee, and confidentially discuss in detail your specific circumstances and filing options.
You have three years from a tax return's original due date to claim a refund if one is due to you. It is never too late to file a return with taxes due to get you back on track.
Every year adjustments, credits, deductions, and limits change as tax laws become more complex. In these uncertain times it is important, now more than ever, to work with a Tax Professional that stays current with, and more importantly understands, the current tax laws. I'll use my knowledge and experience to maximize your deductions, minimize your tax liability and get you back every penny you deserve. Remember, tax evasion is illegal but tax avoidance is your right!
The sale or purchase of a home, divorce, marriage, or the birth of a child can have a significant impact on your taxes. With so many questions about how life's changes along with self-employment or rental income can impact your tax liability, preparing your own tax returns can result in frustration, confusion and costly oversights.
If you can't answer these common tax questions, it's quite possible you are.
How do you offset self-employment income with expenses?
Would your dependent benefit from filing a tax return even if they don't have to?
Are you entitled to more Economic Impact Payment money?
What are your options for deducting Education Expenses?
Should I still track itemized deductions?