Tax Center Available Services

 

A-OK Tax Center offers a wide range of services to our individual and business clients. Being a locally owned firm, we are able to offer all of our clients personalized quality service.

 

Here is a list of the most commonly used Tax Services that we provide.

Tax Preparation and E-Filing

 

A-OK Tax Center provides expert Tax Preparation and Electronic Filing with our friendly, knowledgeable consultants. We have been preparing taxes for over 16 years and believe that you deserve to get the full refund you are entitled to. Our tax consultants stay current with the tax laws and they make sure your taxes are prepared correctly based on all the information you give them.

 

A-OK Tax Center consultants take the time to make sure you understand the various filing methods available to all clients. You, the client, makes the choice on how your return is filed.

 

With A-OK Tax Center, there are no hidden fees. Each client leaves the office with an understanding of what they are paying.  Electronic Filing is FREE!

 

Our significant investment in computerized tax preparation, extensive training and research software enables us to accurately and efficiently prepare returns for various types of entities including individuals, and small businesses. By keeping current on new tax laws and legislation, we are in a position to ensure that your taxes are done professionally for the current year and past years.

 

Our Main A-OK Tax Center has Tax consultants on staff all year round for when you have tax questions or need to file.

 

The A-OK Assurance is included with every tax return that we prepare. If A-OK Tax Center makes an error on your return (based on the information you have provided us), we will pay any resulting interest and penalties* on the error. If you receive any correspondence from the IRS, we will help you to understand what the correspondence is saying and what steps you may need to take with the IRS. We are here to help you**.

 

When you need help with Tax Preparation or Electronic Filing, remember A-OK Tax Center!

 

*Consumer must present A-OK Tax Center with a copy of any correspondence regarding potential errors immediately.  Interest and penalties will not be paid if consumer neglected to give all information or misled the tax consultant on information.

 

 **A-OK Tax Center can only guide the consumer based on the correspondences shown to them.  Consult your own attorney for legal advice.

 

 

 

 

We'll Cash Your Refund Check

 

Once your tax are filed and you get your refund check, just bring it back to A-OK, and we can get you cash on the spot! With our quick and easy check cashing services, we'll have your refund in your pocket right away.

Safeguard Your Refund – Choose Direct Deposit

 

Direct deposit is the fast, easy and safe way to receive your tax refund. Whether you file electronically or on paper, direct deposit gives you access to your refund.

 

Here are four reasons more than 80 million taxpayers have chosen direct deposit.

 

1. Security.  Every year the U.S. Postal Service returns thousands of paper checks to the IRS as undeliverable. Direct deposit eliminates the possibility of a lost, stolen or undeliverable refund check.

 

2. Convenience.  With direct deposit, the money goes directly into your bank account.

 

3. Ease.  It’s easy to choose direct deposit. When preparing your tax return, simply follow the instructions on the tax return or in the tax software. Make sure you enter the correct bank account and bank routing transit numbers.

 

4. Options.  You can deposit your refund into more than one account. With the split refund option, taxpayers can divide their refunds among as many as three checking or savings accounts and up to three different U.S. financial institutions. Use IRS Form 8888, Allocation of Refund (Including Savings Bond Purchases), to divide your refund. If you are designating part of your refund to pay your tax preparer, you should not use Form 8888. You should only deposit your refund directly into accounts that are in your own name, your spouse’s name or both if it’s a joint account.

 

Some banks require both spouses’ names on the account to deposit a tax refund from a joint return. Check with your bank for their direct deposit requirements.