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The Advantages of Having Your Taxes Prepared by a Professional

Today, the DIY (Do It Yourself) market is exploding with new and updated software that encourages individuals to do their taxes themselves.  Many believe that this will save more money than you would if you hired someone to do them for you. There is also a broad selection of tax preparers out there, all with different backgrounds and accreditation, and tax professionals will prepare your tax returns on your behalf — for a price. You should take the time to look at the options, and do a little research on the source and method you are going to use.  For instance,  Read more…

Ease the Burden

Some tax returns can be complicated. A small-business owner who itemizes his deductions has to complete and file IRS 1040, Schedule A, Schedule C and Schedule SE, among other forms. Read more…

Reduce Errors

The Internal Revenue Service keeps a list of the most common tax errors. On that list are computation errors when determining taxable income, entering payments on the wrong line and simple math errors. An error on your return can delay any refund due to you. Read more…

Professional Tax Advice

The tax rules are complicated. Before you can use a deduction or credit, you must qualify for it. A tax professional can help find deductions and credits for which you qualify for, and can give advice on certain tax issues. For instance, read more…

Avoid Adverse Consequences

When you sign the end of your tax return, you declare that the information is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge. If the IRS audits your return and finds errors, you could face potentially serious legal consequences. Read more…