Electronic Filing/Direct Deposit

/Electronic Filing/Direct Deposit
Electronic Filing/Direct Deposit2020-01-13T20:51:57+00:00

We recommend that you always electronically file your Federal and State income tax returns!

When you file a paper return, either Federal or State, this return is hand entered into the government’s computer allowing for data entry errors by human hands on your tax return.

When a return is electronically filed, it goes directly to the IRS or State as we prepared the return. We receive a confirmation from the government that your return was received and accepted.  This acceptance usually comes back to us within 24-48 hours.

If there is a problem with the return such as a claimed dependent or incorrect SS#, the IRS will reject the return and inform us of the error, we can then contact you and correct the situation in a matter of hours vs. days with a paper return.

This service is Free.  However, if you choose to have a paper-filed return, we charge an additional fee of $50.00. (Fee will not be charged if return is ineligible for electronic filing)

We also recommend that you have your refund directly deposited into your checking account.  In order for us to do this, we will need a copy of a voided check.  Just go to your check book, write VOID across a check and send it to us with your Organizer.

DO NOT send us a deposit slip – it is fairly common for banks to use internal account numbers on deposit slips that are not meant for outside deposits.

If you don’t have a paper check.  Contact your financial institution and request the following information:

  • Routing Transit Number – RTN
  • Full Account Number
  • Name and Address of The Bank

Provide this information on a separate sheet of paper – please check it and confirm with your financial institution!

Direct deposit is FREE!