JJR and Associates want to ensure we make the tax process as stress free as possible for our clients. Below are answers to some common questions that our clients have asked.
Frequently Asked Accounting and Tax Questions
What should I bring in for my tax appointment?
For your tax appointment, you should bring any documents or tax forms that were received from employers or other agencies (e.g. Form W-2, Form 1099 MISC, Form 1099-DIV, Form 1099-INT, Form 1098, etc.). Additionally, if you are self-employed, bring a copy of your year-end income statement and balance sheet. If those items are not available, please bring bank statements and/or receipts so our team can assist you with generating your financial statements. Finally, if you have additional documentation that may corroborate your financial statements, please feel free to bring that information to the meeting.
How much does it cost to have my taxes prepared?
JJR & Associates prides itself for its competitive pricing. JJR & Associates charges the client for the amount of work that is needed to complete the tax return. We charge a flat rate to complete the tax return and the rate is determined by the amount of work needed to finalize the tax return.
Is it possible to process my return without coming in to the office?
Yes. It is possible to complete a tax return without coming into the office. Specifically, JJR & Associates processes tax returns for its clients that reside in other states. With the use of technology, we are able to communicate with our clients electronically. This allows us the capability to send and receive information without needing the client to send us information via mail.
What state tax returns do you process?
JJR & associates has the expertise and capabilities to process a tax return in any state that has a tax return that is needed to be prepared. Additionally, we are skilled and capable of preparing tax return for residents and non-residents that do not currently reside in the United States of America.