Get Ready for Tax Season!
Are you ready for tax time? There are a couple of steps you can take now to alleviate some of the stress of filing your return. Plan to get organized early. Begin by putting together a tax folder with W-2s from your employer, 1099s for other income you may have earned, bank and other financial statements and receipts for things like medical bills and charitable donations.
A meeting is not required; if you have not had any changes, you are welcome to drop your documents off at the firm and we will prepare your return. If you have questions, a tax preparer can contact you to discuss them.
Make an Appointment Today!
We are now taking appointments for the 2017 tax season. We ask, as a courtesy to other clients, that you only schedule an appointment to see Jackie during tax season if you have had significant changes during 2016 or you are a new client for the 2016 tax year.
Premier CPA Services PC is seeking Seasonal Tax Preparer to join our team during the 2017 tax season. The main responsibilities include:
- Prepare individual tax returns utilizing information provided by clients,
- Reviewing client information, and
- Inputting into tax preparation software.
Successful candidates will possess the following qualifications: Excellent organizational skills, detail-orientation and a minimum of three years of individual income tax preparation experience with recent work history.
Please email resume to Jackie@premiercpaservices.com or fax it to 706-632-7850.
You are invited to our annual Customer Appreciation event on Friday, November 4 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. We will have Mercier Orchard’s famous fried pies, apple cider and lots of other fall fun food for you.
The first 100 people get a goody bag with free items and a chance to win a $100 Walmart gift card.
Come out and visit with our office staff and let us show you how much we appreciate you and your business!
The 2017 tax season will be here before you know it. To be prepared, schedule your year-end tax planning appointment today! Call or email Sandy to schedule an appointment in November or December: 706-632-7850 or Sandy@premiercpaservices.com.
Tax Season Appointments Information
We are also now taking appointments for the 2017 tax season. We ask that, as a courtesy to other clients, you only schedule an appointment to see Jackie Self during the 2017 tax season if you have had significant changes during 2016 or are a new client for the 2016 tax year.
A meeting is not required. If you have not had any major changes, you are welcome to drop your documents off at the firm and we will prepare your return. If you have questions, a tax preparer can contact you to discuss.
Looking for Your Refund?
The IRS is issuing 9 out of 10 refunds in less than 21 days! The best way to check on your refund is to go to Where is my Refund, or use the IRS2GO phone app. You will need to know the primary taxpayer’s Social Security number, filing status and the anticipated refund amount.
If you are looking for your State of Georgia tax refund, go to Where is my Georgia Refund. You will need your Social Security number and the anticipated refund amount.
For tax refunds in other states, please “google” where is my (state) refund and it will direct you to the desired site.
Tax Season 2016 Appointments are officially booked up, and we have now started a waiting list!
However, you do not need an appointment for the firm to prepare your returns. You can drop off your documents, we will prepare your tax return, and have it back to you within three weeks. Just leave the work to us!
We are very thankful for your continued loyalty, referrals, and support!
Drop Off Hours
Drop off your tax paperwork Monday-Friday from 8:30-12:00 and 1:00-5:00.
We’re located on the 4-lane just north of Ingles on the right. Look for our billboard above the office!
Avoid Tax Season Stress!
Are you ready for tax time? There are a couple of steps you can take now to alleviate some of the stress of filing your return. Plan to get organized early. Begin by putting together a tax folder with W-2s from your employer, 1099s for other income you may have earned, bank and other financial statements and receipts for things like medical bills and charitable donations. Once you’ve gathered all your important paperwork, this is a good time to meet with Jackie to talk about changes in your financial situation or in tax laws that may have an effect on your return. A meeting is not required; you are more than welcome to drop your documents off at the firm and we will be happy to prepare your return. But don’t wait too long! Our schedule fills up fast!
Did you know that having your tax refund direct deposited into your bank account can reduce your wait time to receive your money?
Your refund should only be deposited directly into accounts that are in your own name, your spouse’s name or both if it is a joint account.
Whether you file electronically or on paper, direct deposit gives you access to your refund faster than a paper check.
Direct deposit also avoids the possibility that your check could be lost or stolen or returned to the IRS as undeliverable.
Ask us today about direct deposit for your refund.
Aggressive and threatening phone calls by criminals impersonating IRS agents remains an ongoing threat to taxpayers. The IRS has seen a surge of phone scams in recent months. Scam artists threaten police arrest, deportation, license revocation and other things. The IRS reminds taxpayers to guard against all sorts of con games that often arise during filing season.
Taxpayers need to be on guard against fake emails or websites looking to steal personal information. The IRS will not send you an email about a bill or refund. Don’t click on an email claiming to be from the IRS that takes you by surprise. Always be wary of clicking on strange emails and websites. They may be scams to steal your personal information.
Visit the IRS website to get the latest information about current scams.