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Deposit payroll tax for payments on May 29-31 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 1-4 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Employers: Employees are required to report to you tips of $20 or more earned during May.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 5-7 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 8-11 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Individuals outside the U.S.: File Form 1040.
Individuals: Pay the second installment of 2013 estimated tax.
Employers: Deposit payroll tax for May if the monthly deposit rule applies.
Corporations: Deposit the second installment of your 2013 estimated tax.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 12-14 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 15-18 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 19-21 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
Deposit payroll tax for payments on Jun 22-25 if the semiweekly deposit rule applies.
With our experience in handling tax matters in the entertainment
medical, nursing and sales environment, we have ideas and suggestions on how through a different mix of services, we could save you lots of money, worries, troubles and hassles so that you can concentrate more on the effective operation and management of your business or personal finances.
As tax specialists
we can mitigate within the bounds of law and IRS regulations your Federal, California, county and city taxes, permits and licenses.
We do offer you our vast knowledge and experiences which will offer several options and alternatives to handle your tax situation.
A tax consultant for those in entertainment, medical and sales.
Our fees are very competitive and reasonable based on the complexities of your tax return.
We are willing to work with you on paying our services (cash, check, credit card, charge against refund, or even installment agreements).
Free E-filing Services
Rapid Refund Services
Individuals, Partnerships, Corporations, LLC
Offer in Compromise
Year Round Tax Planning
Payroll and Sales Tax
Business Start-ups (Incorporation)
Business Wind-up (Dissolution)
Back (Unfiled Taxes)
Out of State Taxes
Non Profit Organizations
Multi-state tax returns
Tax Audit Assistance
Acceptance Agent for T.I.N. Application
“When can I expect to receive my refund?” is the most frequently asked question of a tax preparer.
This the IRS is not producing a 2013 IRS e-file refund cycle chart for tax preparers to answer the question. The commonly used chart has been discontinued and Publication 2043 has been dramatically revised due to IRS uncertainty about issuing refunds. The IRS states “In a change from previous filing seasons, taxpayers won’t get an estimated refund date right away.” From a customer service standpoint, this presents a problem in managing your clients expectations. The IRS states that “most taxpayers will have their refunds within 23 days”, a significant delay from recent years.
The delay in issuing refunds is due to a new processing method with an emphasis on fraud.
The IRS’s new processing method includes multiple fraud checks based on the information in your tax return. Tax returns will be analyzed for what the IRS calls “incoming transactions” and placed in a different category for funding. The IRS has not stated what denotes an incoming transaction but it could be anything from a change in dependents to a change in address. “The IRS has fraud filters built into their new system and they don’t truly know what category the tax returns will fall into based on the filters in place at the time of review and how many returns are going to be delayed. Those filters could change throughout the tax season” says Joseph Mahaffey, CPA. “The IRS’s priority has shifted from getting you your refund quickly to fraud prevention and identity theft.”