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CigarHippo
23-01-2008, 11:05 AM
Any good experiences with tax return prep companies?
i've always used the do-it-yourself software but this year i might need help as i have some unusual issues with my taxes.
i'm looking to spend $100-$200 for my wife and i but I really wanted a good company to do my taxes, not the booth type that are in the malls.
any suggestions?
thax in advance
Hippo

Blueline
23-01-2008, 01:16 PM
ANY of the better smaller / local accountancy firms can do this usually for less than $200.00 for personal tax prep. Remember that their fee becomes a tax deductible expense in the future tax year. They will also stand with you at C.R. should the need arise.

Most firms specialise in specific areas regarding business or estate issues. Call and ask.

I don't know if the forum is the right place to create a recommendation list but I would suggest that the seasonal chain tax preparers are not the best to go to and will only write to the basic formulas as specified by C.R.