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Do I need to provide Alfano & Company with my tax forms?
Yes! We don’t need the original forms (a copy that is scanned is ok) but we do need to see copies of the actual W2s, 1099s, K-1s, and other forms you received, as each form may contain additional information and we need to make sure everything is input correctly.
Do I need to schedule a tax meeting?
Why should I use the portal?
How do I use the Portal?
To watch videos on how to use the portal, click here.
What is the $25 printing fee for?
When will I receive my tax forms?
What is the Audit Correspondence Plan?
Do I really have to pay these estimates?
There are 4 quarters for estimated payments. The due dates are:
- April 15th
- June 15th
- September 15th
- January 15th
If the IRS determines that these payments were required, but they were not made, you will most likely receive penalties and interest on any late or unmade payments. If you’d like to review your current tax situations or these estimates later in the year, contact us to schedule an appointment, and David will be able to adjust them as necessary.
When can I expect my refund?
What if I can’t afford to pay my taxes?
What should I do if I am a victim of identity theft?
- Report the identity theft to the FTC at www.identitytheft.gov.
- Contact one of the major credit bureaus to place a fraud alert on the victim’s records. The contact information for the bureaus is as follows –
- Close any financial or credit accounts opened fraudulently.