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Hiring a competent tax preparer has the potential to be one of the best decisions you make this tax season. By hiring a professional, you can rest assured that your taxes are completed correctly and without any mistakes that could result in penalties and interest to add on top of it. More importantly, as a business owner, you should do all you can to ensure your employees and other professionals who work for your organization are being properly compensated. Knowing what’s required by tax rules is important for everyone involved in running your organization.

Benefits of Hiring a Tax Preparer

Hiring a tax preparer offers several benefits, including:

Expertise: Tax preparers are trained professionals who have extensive knowledge of tax laws and regulations. They can help you navigate the complex tax system and ensure that your tax return is prepared accurately. Also, in compliance with all applicable laws.

Time-saving: Preparing your own taxes can be time-consuming and stressful, especially if you have a complicated tax situation.  By hiring a tax preparer, you can save time and focus on other important aspects of your life.

Maximize deductions: A tax preparer can help you identify all the deductions and tax credits that you may be eligible for, which can help lower your tax bill and maximize your refund.

Avoid mistakes: Filing taxes can be complicated, and even a small mistake can result in penalties or an audit by the IRS. A tax preparer can help you avoid making errors on your tax return, which can save you from any unnecessary financial or legal consequences.

Peace of mind: By using a tax preparer, you can know that your tax return is being prepared accurately and in compliance with all applicable tax laws and regulations. This can help reduce stress and anxiety during tax season.


Overall, hiring a tax preparer is a smart decision for anyone who wants to ensure their tax return is accurate, complete, and compliant with all applicable tax laws and regulations. It can save you time, and money, and give you peace of mind during tax season.

Rodney "RaSheed" Marzette

Tax Preparer

Steven Mosley

CEO - SAM Living Legacy LLC.

Siyan Stokes

Tax Preparer

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The tax terms you often hear are confusing, but they can help you understand how to fill out your taxes. We’ve gathered the most important tax terms so that you can get started and feel confident in your knowledge.

Check more tax terminologies from the IRS.


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Frequently Asked Questions

The tax laws and regulations can vary between countries and may change over time. It’s always advisable to consult with a tax professional or the relevant tax authority for specific and up-to-date information regarding your tax obligations. Get more Frequently Asked Questions from the IRS.

Q: What are tax deductions and exemptions?

A: Tax deductions and exemptions are provisions that reduce the amount of taxable income. Deductions are expenses that can be subtracted from your income, while exemptions directly reduce the amount of income subject to tax.

More FAQs

Q: How is my income tax calculated?

A: Income tax is calculated based on your taxable income, which is your total income minus any deductions or exemptions. Tax rates are applied to different income brackets, with higher incomes generally subject to higher tax rates.

Q: What happens if I miss the tax filing deadline?

A: Failing to file your taxes on time can result in penalties and interest charges. It’s important to file for an extension or make arrangements with the tax authority if you can’t meet the deadline.

Q: How can I reduce my tax liability?

A: There are several ways to potentially reduce your tax liability, such as taking advantage of tax deductions and credits, contributing to retirement accounts, investing in tax-advantaged accounts, and engaging in tax planning strategies.

Q: What should I do if I made a mistake on my tax return?

A: If you made a mistake on your tax return, you should file an amended return as soon as possible to correct the error. This will help you avoid any potential penalties or complications in the future.

Q: Can I file my taxes online?

A: Yes, many countries offer online platforms or software for taxpayers to file their taxes electronically. It can be a convenient and efficient way to submit your tax return.