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What are your service fees?
We are a form based service. Depending upon how many forms you have and the type of forms they are, fees are different for each situation.
What are the differences between an accountant, a CPA and a bookkeeper?
Bookkeepers, accountants and certified public accountants (CPAs) all work with businesses' financial data. Bookkeepers record when a company receives, pays or owes money. Accountants provide more in-depth analysis than bookkeepers. A CPA or certified public accountant is an accountant with a state license.
How long should I keep my tax records for?
In almost all cases, you can shred or throw away any documents such as W-2s, 1099s or other forms or receipts three years after you file your tax return. The IRS recommends keeping returns and other tax documents for three years (or two years from when you paid the tax, whichever is later.)