We charge a nominal fee which ranges from $50 to $75 for review of your prior years or current year taxes (if already filed). The fee has to be paid upfront but fee will be credited if you decide to use our services and if we have to make any adjustment. You then pay regular tax prep fee.
NOTE: There is also a nonrefundable consultation fee of $75 up to $150 if you are looking for tax advise only and you are currently not a client.
For Complex Tax Returns, consultation/review fee ranges from $200 to $350
We can have your business/entity taxed as S Corp for fee of $250. The advantage of S Corp is you can save on paying self-employment tax typically by 7 to 10%. We can also elect late S Corp and fee is $375.
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