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Fast filing for simple returns, include filers with dependents, college expense and more.


  • Single or Married
  • W2 Job(s)
  • Retirement Income
  • Child Tax Credit
  • Earned Income Credit
  • Education Expense
  • Prior Year Review
  • Unlimited Tax Advice


Safe, secure filing for itemize returns, includes homeowners, deductions, credits and adjustments.


  • Itemized Deductions
  • Student Loan Interest
  • HSA
  • Adoption Credits
  • Rental Property Income
  • Investment Income
  • Royalty Income
  • Schedule K Income


Small business and self employed returns are prepared with accuracy and efficiency, ensuring you get each credit and deduction you are entitled to.


  • Corporation
  • Partnership
  • Entrepreneur
  • Freelancer
  • Federal, state and local
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Sales & Use tax

One of the most overlooked taxes from businesses is sales tax, this is a tax on the sale, transfer, or exchange of a taxable item or service. Most taxable items are those you sell.


Use Tax is a tax on the storage, use, or consumption of a taxable item or service on which no sales tax has been paid, this tax

applies to purchases made outside the taxing jurisdiction but used within the state. 

Payroll tax

 Payroll taxes are taxes imposed on employers or contract. This tax is one of the largest expenses an employer will incur.  


As a business owner, you are required to withhold payroll taxes from employee wages, keep the money apart from your business’s other funds and pay that money to the IRS. But, you’re a busy business owner, and you have a lot of tasks to handle. So you need an accountant.