Welcome to Accredited Tax, Inc.
Chino Tax Preparation and Accounting Services
Marie Capparelli Reichelt, Glenn Duncan, Ron Uehle, Enrolled Agents in Chino, CA endeavor to provide their clients with the very best tax preparation services possible. This website was designed to enhance those services by providing online answers to many of your everyday financial dealings and frequently asked questions.
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2012 TAX DEDUCTION FINDER & PROBLEM SOLVER
Our Tax Organizer is designed to help you maximize your deductions and minimize your problems in preparing and filing your tax return. The organizer is revised annually to be compatible with the ever-changing tax laws. The organizer currently posted below is primarily for the 2012 tax year, although it can be used for other years.
The 2012 organizer is provided in three configurations to assist you in collecting relevant tax information needed to properly prepare your tax return. Access any of the three versions by double clicking on the underlined part version description. The organizers can be downloaded to your computer where you can fill and save the information until you have completed collecting all of your information. After you have completed it, please forward the organizer (printed or digitally) to our office for immediate service. If you have an office appointment, you can print it out and bring it with you to the meeting. A word of caution:
you can fill the organizers online and print them out. However, if you close the file, your data will not be saved unless the form is saved to your computer.
Once the completed organizer has been received, you will be contacted by phone, fax or e-mail with any questions, comments, or suggestions. If you e-mail our office advising us that you have sent your tax materials, we will notify you of their receipt.Basic Organizer
– This organizer is suitable for clients that are not itemizing their deductions and DO NOT have rental property or self-employment expenses.Basic Organizer plus Business & Rentals
– This organizer is suitable for clients that are not itemizing their deductions and DO have rental property or self-employment expenses.Full Organizer
– This organizer includes the information included in the basic organizer, plus entries for itemized deductions, rental properties and self-employment expenses.Business Organizer
– Use this organizer for partnerships and incorporated business entities.Prior Year Individual Organizer
– If you are filing your 2011 return late, please use this organizer.
Keeping Old Tax Records
Taxpayers often question how long records must be kept and how long the IRS has to audit a return after it is filed. It all depends on the circumstances! In many cases, the federal statute of limitations can be used to help you determine how long to keep records. With certain exceptions, the statute for assessing additional tax is 3 years from the return due date or the date the return was filed, whichever is later.
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Are You Behind on Filing Your Tax Returns?
The IRS has identified taxpayers who fail to file income tax returns and effectively stop paying income tax as a serious threat to tax administration and the American economy. The IRS's role in combating the area of nonfiling is that of outreach, education, and enforcement of the tax laws.
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