Where’s my Refund?
72 hours after your return has been filed, you can check the status of your refund online:
Can I get a free consultation?
YES, we offer a FREE 30 min consultation for new clients.
How much do you charge?
That is a difficult question to answer without knowing your situation. Most people believe that their return will be simple, but every situation is unique. Even 1040EZ forms can take anywhere from a few minutes to several hours. Our philosophy is that if we don’t save you at least as much as we charge, then we are not doing our job right. Here is a list of services we offer along with the range of fees you can expect to see. We also offer discounts for things like having your records organized and referring friends.
Email consultations – FREE!!!
Individual Returns – From $180 to $380
Business Returns – From $280 to $480
Bookkeeping Services - $40/hr
IRS representation - $180/hr
Tax return services include preparation and free e-filing your Federal Return and one free state. In addition, a 1-hour consultation and up to 10 minutes of phone support are included. Electronic copes of your return and direct deposit are also available at no charge.
How do I schedule an appointment?
The best way to schedule is to call or office at (435) 674-9754. One of our helpful assistants can schedule a convenient time for us to meet.
Can I drop off my info without an appointment?
ABSOLUTELY!!! This option is not only convenient for existing clients but can help keep you’re your fees low as well. After we’ve had a chance to review your information, we will contact you to go over the details. You can also contact our office and we can provide a link where you can securely upload your tax documents. Don’t have a scanner? No problem, just take pictures with your phone and send them to us.
How do I get a copy of my tax return?
We always provide a copy of your tax return at the time you sign it. If additional copies are needed, just call or email our office and we will be happy to send a free electronic copy.
What if I get a notice from the IRS?
Bring it to us! Sometimes the IRS is right, but many times they are not. It’s common for them to bill you for penalties and even taxes that you do not owe! Whenever you receive correspondence of any kind from a taxing authority, we ask that you bring it to our attention so that we can see that it is properly addressed. Even though many notices include a phone number, we generally discourage calling them. Remember that they are trying to get money from you, and generally we are trying to stop them. They are not your advocate, we are!
I got a call from the IRS, what should I do?
IT’S A SCAM! The IRS The IRS will never call you without sending a letter first. Do not give out any information. Hang up immediately and use this link to report the call to the Treasury Department. The IRS does not accept payment methods such as gift cards or wire transfers. Nor do they involve local police in the enforcement process, or demand that taxes be paid without giving the taxpayer a proper opportunity to question or appeal the amount due.