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When the IRS Calls . . .

What DO you do when the IRS calls?

The Taxpayer’s Lifeserver is a step-by-step guide to what you can do yourself, and when you need a professional.

Fee Schedule 2013

Legal Services
Simple Will Hourly-$500 Retainer
Living Trust with Pour-over Will Hourly-$1250 Retainer
Contract Review Hourly-$300 Retainer
Business Formation – Basic $750 Lawyer fee + $300 Secretary of State filing fee

 

Audit/Collections
Lawyer Fee $120 – $300/hour
CPA Fee $120 – $300 / hour
Accountant Fee $75 – $95/hour
Bookkeeper Fee $45/hour

 

Individual Income Tax Returns
Basic tax return $150
Schedule A (Itemized Deductions) $150
Schedule D (Capital Gains) Starts at $40
Schedule E (Rental) $95 per unit*
Schedule C or F (Assumes bookkeeping is in good order) $375
Review of Prior Year Return NO CHARGE

 

Business Tax Returns
Form 1065 (Partnership) $495*
Form 1120 (C Corporation) $495*
Form 1120S (S Corporation) $495*
Form 1041 (Trust) $385-$600*
Form 706 (Estate) Hourly
Form 990 (Tax Exempt) $495*
State Returns $150*
TX Franchise (First time preparation) $95-$150
TX Franchise (Annual) $95*
Forms 1099 and W-2 Base Rate (1-5) $55

Base Rate (6+) $55 plus $5.00/1099

*Fees for business returns may be less if the business is very simple. Fees may be more for complex businesses or pass-through entities with more than two owners.