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Personal Income Tax

Ez Rapid Tax Multi Service offers various income tax services so you have little to worry about when that April deadline comes along. We prepare federal and state income tax returns. We prepare tax returns from 1040EZ to the more complicated 1040.

E-file: We can file your tax returns electronically using a computer, software, and electronic communication. It is a fast, accurate, safe and paperless way to file a return and you get your refund in half the usual time – ever faster and safer with Direct Deposit. If there is a balance due, you can e-file and e-pay in a single step.
Ez Rapid Tax Multi Service offers various income tax services so you have little to worry about when that April deadline comes along. We prepare federal and state income tax returns. We prepare tax returns from 1040EZ to the more complicated 1040.

E-file: We can file your tax returns electronically using a computer, software, and electronic communication. It is a fast, accurate, safe and paperless way to file a return and you get your refund in half the usual time – ever faster and safer with Direct Deposit. If there is a balance due, you can e-file and e-pay in a single step.

Direct Deposit: Get Your Refund in 10 Days or Less. Have your refund automatically deposited into any bank account without having to wait for your check in the mail.

Collect by Republic Bank (Deduct Fee from refund). Your Tax Refund has already been transferred from the IRS to our partner Bank you can check the status of your refund online here: http://www.efile.com/my-tax-refund-money/ Otherwise, your tax refund will be transferred front the US Treasury/IRS to the Bank account you entered during your online tax preparation on www.efile.com You can check your Tax Refund status here: Check my status.

Find out how to: track your federal tax refund status.

What To Bring with You

Personal Documents

  • Your social security number and your dependents
  • Your spouse’s full name and social security number
  • Amount of any alimony paid and ex-spouse’s social security number
  • Bring Your 2015, 2016, and/or 2017 tax return(s). Your Tax Professional can check them for accuracy

Dependent Children

  • Social security number of your children.
  • Childcare records, (including the provider’s ID number)

Education Payments

  • If you or your spouse went to school bring bills from the educational institution or financial aid (Forms 1098-T and 1098-E). if you received a scholarship this amount cannot be deducted).
  • Bring any a loan education interest bill.
  • If you have a child in college you can deduct their school expenses. Qualifying kids are no older than 24 years old.

Employee Information

  • Forms W-2
  • Forms 1099-R (retirement plan).

IRA Information

  • Amount contributed for 2018 (and 2019, if applicable)
  • Traditional IRA basis
  • Value of IRAs on Dec. 31, 2018

Itemizing Deductions

  • Forms 1098 or other mortgage statements
  • Amount of state/local income tax paid (other than wage withholding), or amount of state and local sales tax paid
  • Real estate and personal property tax records
  • HUD statement showing closing date of home purchase
  • Cash amounts donated to houses of worship, schools, other charitable organizations.
  • Records of non-cash charitable donations
  • Amounts paid for healthcare insurance and to doctors, dentists, hospitals
  • Amounts of miles driven for charitable or medical purposes
  • Expenses related to your investments
  • Amount paid for preparation of your 2017 tax return
  • Employment-related expenses (dues, publications, tools, uniform cost and cleaning, travel)
  • Job-hunting expenses

Things to do for your 2019 Income Tax year

Setup your 2018 Tax File

Pull out your label-maker and make new labels on file folders, expanding files or drawers to start storing your 2018 records and receipts.

Now you have a place where you can consistently put all relevant receipts and records for the year.

Setup your 2018 Tax Calendar

Individual filers, use IRS Publication 509 to help locate your deadlines for the year. Read Pub. 509, Tax Calendars, on IRS.gov.

Businesses have IRS’s colorful small-business

calendar to set up 2018 due dates.

Not only is it available online, there’s a desktop version and a tool to integrate it with a variety of personal electronic calendars.

Update your Address

If you moved during 2018, be sure to update your address with everyone who is expected to send you tax-related documents.

That includes the IRS, your state tax agency,

former employers (W-2s), banks (1099-INT), lenders (1098), brokerages (1099-DIV, 1099-B), clients (1099-MISC), investments (K-1s) and trusts (K-1s).

Keep your Name up to Date

New brides generally remember to change their names on driver’s licenses and paychecks, but often forget to notify the Social Security Administration.

You won’t be able to e-file your tax return with your new name if it doesn’t match the Social Security record.