Even though the October 15th deadline has passed to file late Tax Year 2017 returns, they can still be prepared, submitted, and even e-filed. The process is pretty simple.
Gather your documents. W2’s, 1099’s, 1098’s, Charitable Contribution info, or business income and expense numbers, and more (depending on your situation). It’s a good time to start thinking about where you are going to start organizing and holding information for the next tax season which will be the filing of Tax Year 2018.
Submit your documents to P.T.S. (Pauline’s Tax Service) or Stephanie. Items can be submitted electronically or dropped off at the office on 124th and Huron.
Review and finalize. The tax returns will be prepared and discussed, then paid for.
Submit to IRS and States. The ultimate last step after reviewing and finalizing is e-filing, so the returns will be e-filed and there is nothing more you need to do. Unless you have a balance due instead of a refund, then you are responsible for making the payment(s).
Pauline’s Tax Service, Ltd.
12365 Huron ST. suite 1800
Westminster CO 80234
(303) 301-7167 | firstname.lastname@example.org | stephanie.securefilepro.com
Checkout the IRS’ site at http://www.irs.gov for more information about the latest tax news and information. Older tax returns can still be prepared too. Ask about which one’s can still be e-filed, but they can always be paper filed.