FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS


I don’t live nearby.  Can you prepare my tax returns?


I didn’t file my return for this year, and it’s past the deadline.  Will I owe a penalty?


Last year I moved from California to New Jersey.  I worked in California and New York City.  Can you help?


What is your fee?


Help!  I just received a notice from the IRS and my accountant has retired and moved out of state.  What do I do now?


My current situation has changed:  I just got married or had a baby; I got a promotion or a big bonus/commission this year; We bought a house.  How can I make sure that my tax with holdings are right and I won’t owe the IRS on April 15?


I’m getting a big refund from the IRS this year and want to get my check quickly.  What are my options?


Can you review previous tax returns prepared by someone else?

 

We offer the following methods to receive your refund:

Direct Deposit: Your refund can be directly deposited in your bank account, generally within 7-10 days of acceptance by the IRS.  The tax preparation charges must be paid prior to electronic filing. There is no additional charge for direct deposit.

Paper Check Mailed: Your refund can be mailed directly to you, generally within  3 weeks of acceptance by the IRS.  The tax preparation charges must be paid prior to electronic filing.

Two week Check: Your refund will print (less the bank fees and tax preparation charge) in our office, usually within 2 weeks.  This is a bank loan and fees apply.