Take the Stress Out of Taxes
Do taxes stress you out? If so, you are not alone. Most people that come into our Bel Air office are a bit stressed.
You don’t have to be. We are here to help take the stress out of tax prep and tax planning.
5 Ways We Help Take The Stress Away
If you are not completely satisfied with your income tax preparation experience, then we will refund your 100% of your tax prep cost.
It’s as simple as that. We think you will love your experience so we are willing to put our money where our mouth is.
Year Round Office
Unlike many tax preparation businesses, we are open year round.
We don’t shut down after April 15th or just open up once or twice a week. After the normal tax season, we are still here Monday through Friday. We do take the weekends off…hey, you gotta enjoy life, right?
No one enjoys a letter or call from the IRS.
If you receive a letter from the IRS, breathe. Before panic takes over, remember, we are here to help. Taxpayers should know that their first contact with the IRS will not be a call from out of the blue. It will be through official correspondence sent through the U.S. postal service.
Whether you just need to submit tax forms or be represented in front of the IRS, we stand ready to serve and bring your stress levels way down.
Free tax planning
If you are like most people, you want to pay as little in taxes as you are legally obligated. This often means you need to proactively plan for taxes. So many tax offices just prepare your taxes, but don’t provide any real insight on how to save on taxes. We offer tax planning to ensure you are optimizing your deductions and credits.
Wondering if you got all your deductions and credits in the past? We can help by reviewing your tax returns for the past three years.
We are so sure you will enjoy your experience that we will offer you $50 off your tax preparation fees from last year OR $50 off our standard fee, whichever gives you the larger discount. Sign up here for our newsletter to get the coupon along with our free report, “The Five Costliest Mistakes Taxpayers Make”.