• GetTaxHelpNow.Info


    Whether you need current taxes, amended taxes, back taxes.. we can help!

    We find deductions, write offs and legal loopholes that no else even looks for.

    Simply Put... You Are Probably Paying Too Much in Taxes!



  • Real Life Examples

    Real life examples of what WE DO FOR OUR CLIENTS:

    Alta W.

    According to her usual preparer, she OWED $2,123

    After we completed it, she owed only $299

    Ken S.

    According to his well-known preparer, refund $63

    After we completed it, refund $1,823

    Steven C.

    According to a well-known preparer, refund $2,113

    After we completed it, refund $4,921

    Denise N.

    According to a well-known preparer, refund $1,603

    After we completed it, refund $3,821

    H&R soaked me for $648!

    I am self employed and there were a few paperless forms involved...

    I asked them how much it would be up front. They told me it is by the form. So when we were done, the bill was $648.00. I made $19k last year. It took them less than an hour and I too was very organized. After I got the bill I asked them for their ala carte menu of forms and they would not give me one.

    I feel ripped off...What can I do?

    I don't mind paying them, but $648.00?


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      My CPA charged me $2,000

    for my return!

    I am self employed and there were a few paperless forms involved...

    It was a schedule C , Schedule F, Sch A, Sch B, Sch E (rental) Form 4136, Sch D Cap Gains, (2) Form 4562's and a Depreciation Schedule that had 15 items on it.


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    Our goal is to MAXIMIZE your tax position, whether you utilize our services, or simply take advantage of the information we provide, our goal is to help you keep MORE of your money.

    We Fight For You

    We are committed to legally doing, all in our power to minimizing any tax obligations that

    you my have and/or maximizing any refunds, to which you may be entitled.


    Have you ever been told "You Owe..."?

    Unlike other companies that simply take the information you provide and

    then let the chips fall where they may, we fight for you.


    First, we take the information you provide, then do a first pass to get a feel for

    the lay of the land as to what we can and can't do. Then...


    Second, Only after that first pass, do we really we go to work. We then analyze

    it to find the most beneficial way to structure your information to optimize the

    ultimate outcome of your return.


    A simple example of some of our methods:

    Many deductions can lawfully be taken as either a personal itemized deduction or as a business deduction. (even if you didn't actually consider yourself in business). Depending on your situation, whether you choose to use it as a personal deduction or a business deduction can mean the difference between hundreds of dollars in additional tax liability or hundreds added to your refund.


    We don’t do anything that other preparers Can’t do

    We just do more than they WILL do.


    With most companies, whether you have no refund or even owe money, they are done! No matter how the chips fall, you are simply told you "owe what you owe". (You may have experienced this).

    That is not how we work.


    We are committed to maximizing your refund,

    minimizing any tax liability and helping you keep all that’s yours.

    How Obama Care Can Impact Your Tax Liability

    Due to the Affordable Health Care Act, the details of your health insurance, or lack thereof, can have a huge impact on your tax liability or refund.


    Remember, the AHCA provides not only insurance subsidies, but fines as well.


    Our goal is always to insure you get the best outcome possible. In keeping with this objective we ask that if you received the “Health Insurance Marketplace Statement” (Form 1095-A), be certain you provide it to us or whichever tax preparer you choose.


    The degree to which this information can interact with your normal tax data to positively or negatively impact your end result can be substantial.


    If you did not receive Form 1095-A, please provide as much information as possible regarding any health insurance you may have had, payment amounts for the year, co-pays, etc. Starting this year, it all matters.


    I can’t over emphasize the importance of making this information available.




    With one our clients, after having inputted all information as it was provided to us, the original outcome was a tax liability of $186.


    Thereafter, we did a new tax analysis with the sole purpose of focusing on deductions and allowances that specifically impact AHCA fines and insurance subsidies. The extra examination resulted in a profound improvement of our client's situation. Instead of a $186 liability, the were owed a refund of a bit over $2,000.


    Remember, no matter who use for your tax services, the more information you provide them, the more tools they have to fight for you!


    Call Toll Free 1.877.604.6636 Ext 3


    When calling, please reference Service ID PO56643

    Better Results...Lower Fees

    Remember, when it comes to taxes, examine ALL angles.

    Don't cheat. Don't lie. But, don't needlessly give your money away! 

    When you have your taxes prepared, make certain that you use a professional

    who will ask you the questions that will allow you to minimize your liability and maximize your refund.


    The following is a true story of how we used these principles for a friend...

    To keep from getting bored, as one of my hobbies, I’m a professional musician. Well, one evening at band practice, my bass player commented that he was mad because he had just gotten his tax returns back from his preparer (H&R Block). According to their calculations, he had a $63 dollar refund coming.

    I was very familiar with his financial situation and told him that simply was

    not right. I asked him how he had handled his band income. He, like so

    many others, had not reported the income thinking that this would reduce

    his tax liability.

    I suggested that he allow me to redo his taxes, add the income, but also

    take advantage of what I knew were the many legal deductions he was

    allowed. I used the tax principles alluded to on this page, plus write-offs

    for equipment he had purchased. When all the dust had cleared, his refund

    was almost $1,800 dollars.

    Don't wait...call now for a FREE CONSULTATION

    Toll Free 877.604.6636 Extension 3 

    When calling, please reference Service ID PO56643