Client Check-In Sheet for Tax Appointment
Self Employeed Business Sch - C
Un-Reimbursed Expenses from Employer
Income or Loss from Rental Real Estate
TAX DUE DATES:
1040, 1040 A, or 1040 EZ:
Theses are due 4/15/15 (10/15/15 with extension)
1120 or 1120 S:
These are due 3/15/15 ( 9/15/15 with extension)
1065 or Single Member LLC'S:
These are due 4/15/15 (9/15/15 with extension)
SUNSET ACCOUNTING is a a small accounting firm that has opened a new office in the Charlotte, NC area, and continues to grow from our clients "Word of Mouth".
There is no client too small.
Twenty years experience in General Accounting, Full Charge Bookkeeping, Payroll, sales and use tax,financial analysis and financial solutions. Fifteen years experience preparing Individual taxes, S-Corporation and sole proprietorship. Seven years in partnerships and C-Corporation, Three years experience in trust and non profit tax returns. 10 years experience in office management and CFO responsibilities.
1216 Sunset Road
Charlotte, NC 28216
Important Information For 2015/2016
Personal / Individual
If you have not already made your appointment you will want to soon as I will book up fast.
You do not need an appointment if you are dropping off, scanning or mailing in. We must be notified if I am filing an extension for by April 10th for Personal and March 1st for Corporate. Last year was to much last minute.
Hours: For Appointments, pick up and drop off
Monday through Friday 9 am to 7 pm
Saturday 10 am to 3 pm
704-391-1533 and 704-391-1535
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2016 Tax Season Opens Jan. 19 for Nation’s Taxpayers
WASHINGTON ? Following a review of the tax extenders legislation signed into law last week, the Internal Revenue Service announced today that the nation’s tax season will begin as scheduled on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016. The IRS will begin accepting individual electronic returns that day.
IRS phone scan please use the following link to learn about the telephone scan currently being used on innocent tax payers: https://www.irs.gov/uac/Newsroom/Phone-Scams-Continue-to-be-Serious-Threat-and-Remain-on-IRS-Dirty-Dozen-List-of-Tax-Scams-for-the-2015-Filing-Season
What's new: Mileage rate change
- 54 cents per mile for business miles driven, down from 57.5 cents for 2015
- 19 cents per mile driven for medical or moving purposes, down from 23 cents for 2015
- 14 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations
North Carolina (& other States). You must report use taxThe use tax is a tax due on purchases, leases, and rentals of tangible personal property and certain digital property purchased, leased or rented inside or outside this State for storage, use, or consumption in North Carolina. The use tax is also due on taxable services sourced to North Carolina. The use tax is paid to the North Carolina Department of Revenue by the purchaser when the North Carolina tax has not been collected by the seller.Tangible personal property and certain digital property purchased, leased or rented which are subject to the sales tax are also subject to the use tax. Some examples include: books, ringtones, digital music, cassettes, compact discs, computers, electronic equipment, clothing, jewelry, canned software, sporting goods, audio and video tapes, appliances, and furniture and other home furnishings, whether purchased by mail order, catalog, shopping networks, or on the internet.
Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 8:00 pm (last appt. time 7:00 pm)
Saturday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (last appt. time 3:00 pm)
I will not open on Sundays this year as that day will be for my drop-off and mail in clients.
I am still accepting mail-ins, faxes and drop-offs for my previous clients only. These get done in the same amount of time as coming in for an appointment.
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