Why stress about completing your income taxes when a professional could do it for you? Community Tax provides tax preparation services for fast and accurate filing. And, if you’re set on doing them yourself, we can help you with that, too. Our professionals are experts and have completed thousands of returns so we can help you with virtually any question or situation concerning your personal or business tax prep.
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Tax How To
Professional tax tips and free IRS resources are available.
Federal income taxes are due by April 15th
To file your income taxes you need Form 1040 or Form 1040-EZ.
Tax Deductions + Credits
Lower your federal income tax bill with deductions and credits.
If you overpaid throughout the year, you should get a tax refund.
Extensions to file are available for income taxes.
Tax Preparation FAQs
Still have unanswered questions about income tax preparation? We have the answers:
According to the National Society of Accountants, the average cost of tax prep in 2019 was $176 using Form 1040 with no itemized deductions and $273 for itemized deductions using Form 1040 with Schedule A. Typically, tax prep fees are determined by which forms and schedules are needed or an hourly rate.
The cost for filing your taxes at H&R Block starts at $59. However, the cost of your taxes will vary depending on how many states you’ve lived or worked in, the complexity of your income, whether you have dependents, as well as how many forms and other services you need. Each additional element will increase the price. Call us today to see how the cost of tax prep with Community Tax stacks up.
The IRS offers free online tax preparation. Free income tax preparation is available through their Volunteer Tax Assistance (VITA) program or Free File. Typically, VITA is only available to taxpayers making under $56,000, who have disabilities, or difficulty speaking English. Free File provides access to tax prep software for individuals making under $66,000 or free e-filing for individuals making over $66,000.