Income Tax Preparation

With today's tax laws as complicated as they are, it can be a hassle to prepare your own tax return. We are here to assist you in completing an accurate return and provide the deductions and credits to which you deserve.

Here's what comes standard with each return we prepare:

Please help us keep our prices low by filling out the tax organizer and bringing it to your appointment.

Starting Prices & Examples for Tax Returns
$40 Simple returns. A few W2s, no deductions.
$60 Common returns. A few W2s, children, Earned Income Credit, and deductions like college tuition, mortgage interest, medical expenses, and charitable contributions.
$80 Small business returns. Self-employment with 1099-MISC and Schedule C or Schedule E, in addition to the usual few W2s, children, Earned Income Credit, and deductions like college tuition, mortgage interest, medical expenses, and charitable contributions.
State Returns begin at...
$25 Standard deduction.
$40 Itemized deductions.
Amended Returns begin at...
$40 Amended Federal Return
$20 Amended State Return
These are just estimates. Our prices vary depending on the complexity of the return and are unique to each situation. Your return may be more or less than the examples above.

The National Society of Accountants reports that the average cost of a tax return is $159-$273. Returns filed at our office have averaged $70-$120 and very rarely cost more than $200.

Discounts

These discounts are valid from January 1st to March 17th. After which, they will be reduced to 10% for active duty military, veterans, students, and seniors, and to 50% for the retired and disabled.

Discount Requirements
15% Military Discount, Active Duty or Veteran Military ID or Veteran ID, or statements from the Veterans Association.
15% Student Student ID or 1098T Tuition Statement.
Qualified institutions include trade schools, college, technical colleges, universities, and minors still working on their secondary education.
15% Senior with earned income. 60 years of age or older, receiving a W2 and/or 1099-MISC.
Free Retired Senior with no earned income. 60 years of age or older, and, receiving only a SSA/SSI Statement and/or 1099-R statement of distributions from a retirement account, such as an IRA.
15% Disabled, with earned income. Receiving an SSA/SSI Statement.
Free Fully Disabled, with no earned income. Receiving only an SSA/SSI statement.