The Internal Revenue Service reports that taxpayers spend 20 to 25 hours preparing their own tax returns, and the time commitment exceeds 35 hours if the taxpayer files a return with a Schedule C.
IRS studies also show that nearly 60 percent of "self-prepared" returns either miss critical deductions or didn't maximize the deductions that were taken.
How much is 20 to 35 hours of your time worth? What more productive things could you do with that valuable time? And once you invest that time in studying the thousands of pages in the tax code, satisfying the dizzying compliance requirements, and deciding what deductions to take based on those homogenized questions that software asks, are you prepared to do it again next year?
Casper Willson Wilson & Holmes, Inc., has invested years understanding the tax code and preparing tax returns that have saved our clients thousands of dollars. We have passed exams, completed annual education studies, and stay updated on all federal, state, and local tax issues.
We guarantee our work as tax professionals.
For a nominal investment, you can remove the growing headache of preparing your tax return and spend those 25 hours or more on the things you really want to do!
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