Yes, some individuals still need professional tax preparers. When you’re looking ahead to the April 15th tax deadline, you’re always faced with the important decision. How do I get my taxes taken care of so that I have one less thing on your plate? Many have turned to tax software which is successful for some. For others it has proven complicated and at best, disappointing. The alternative is to have your taxes done by a group of professional tax preparers. We can dot every ‘I’ and cross every ‘t’.
The most common objections an individual might have to working with professional tax preparers is that the cost. Taxpayers fear that the fees will be too high or the frustration too great. After all, if you have a simple W-2, there’s no point paying a professional to do it for you, right? Wrong! Business and Financial Solutions has seen time and time again. important details fall through the cracks. Deductions are lost, and credits missed. What’s more, even with a simple tax return, avoiding errors can be the difference between peace of mind and an audit just around the corner.
Various polls and studies have shown that even among highly intelligent Americans, the average citizen does not have the knowledge and expertise to reliably do their taxes properly. And in most cases, they do not have the time and resources to learn.
Though we’re headquartered in Rockville, MD and situated close to various federal agencies, BFS proudly serves clients in all 50 states. The differences between us and some of the larger firms are stark:
Our mission is to work with you and provide the best service possible based on your budget. More complicated individual tax returns may require more work. But even simple ones should be filed with the surety of knowing that they’ve been done correctly.
When weighing the idea of self-prepared taxes, individuals consider the cost of software, the time and effort from your busy schedule, potential repercussions that come with the filing of any income tax return and the almost yearly changes made to the tax code. Is this a job that you really want to take on yourself, or would you better benefit from the services of a professional?
Remember that April 15th can sneak up on you. Whether you self-prepare your tax returns, or get them prepared by a professional, do not procrastinate. Filing returns late can be costly, and add additional stress to your already busy life style. Even professional tax preparers require time, in order to performs this task efficiently.
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