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We will first like to gather information from you so that we can better assist you in researching your deductions and applying all credits that may apply to you. We have two simple ways to accommodate your needs. When you schedule your appointment you may fill out the questionnaire in the office or you can conveniently fill it out online.





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All information stated must be verified. You can securely upload your tax documents directly to R & R Tax and Bookkeeping before your appointment. No appointment yet? Schedule one. Or just come in. Before you arrive for your tax interview please organize all supporting documents. A checklist has been provided below for your convenience

Tax Preparation for Personal Information

The IRS needs to know who is filing the tax return, as well as how many people are covered on it. To make this easy, they require:

  • Your Social Security number
  • Your spouse’s Social Security number (if married)
  • Social Security numbers for any dependents

Tax Preparation for Income Information

The following documents will help you prepare all the income information that you need to file a federal tax return:

  • W-2 Forms from all employers you (and your spouse, if filing a joint return) worked for during the past tax year.
  • 1099 Forms if you (or your spouse) completed contract work and earned more than $600.
  • Investment income information (including: interest income, dividend income, proceeds from the sale of bonds or stocks, and income from foreign investments).
  • Income from local and state tax refunds from the prior year.
  • Business income (accounting records for any business that you own)
  • Unemployment income
  • Rental property income
  • Social Security benefits
  • Miscellaneous income (including: jury duty, lottery and gambling winnings, Form 1099-MISC for prizes and awards, and Form 1099-MSA for distributions from medical savings accounts)

Tax Preparation for Income Adjustments

The following adjustments can help reduce how much you owe in taxes, and in turn, increase your chance of receiving a tax refund:

  • Homebuyer tax credit
  • Green energy credits
  • IRA contributions
  • Mortgage interest
  • Student loan interest
  • Medical Savings Account (MSA) contributions
  • Self-employed health insurance
  • Moving expenses

Tax Preparation for Credits and Deductions

There are many tax credits and tax deductions for various expenses, which are designed to help lower the amount of tax that an individual has to pay:

  • Education costs
  • Childcare costs
  • Adoption costs
  • Charitable contributions/donations
  • Casualty and theft losses
  • Qualified business expenses
  • Medical expenses
  • Job and moving expenses

Tax Preparation for Direct Deposit

Are you interested in having your tax refund directly deposited into your bank account? If so, you will need to provide two things:

  • Your bank account number
  • The bank’s routing number

This tax forms / preparation checklist should help you get organized before filing your next income tax return.Documentation will vary based on your situation.

 
 
 
We know how hard you work for your money and that getting your refund quickly is key. No worries, we have a simple break down of the e-file process here, so you know where your tax return is and when you can expect your refund:
1. E-file is complete –Now you just have to hold tight and relax. Your refund is on its way.
2. Start tracking your refund – If your return was not accepted, a tax professional will contact you. There are two ways to track your refund. You can track your refund at the IRS Where’s My Refund tool. The IRS expects to issue more than 9 out of 10 refunds in less than 21 days upon acceptance.
3. Your tax refund is here – If you chose direct deposit when you filed your return, you’ll need to allow 1-2 business days for your bank or financial institution to process it and have it available for you once the IRS has released it. If you didn’t choose direct deposit, the IRS will mail you your tax refund check, which could take 6-8 weeks. If filing an amendment, it can take anywhere from 8 – 12 weeks.
*Of course times may vary based on your individual situation.

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