With additional form(s)
W2 with dependent and no additional forms
Schedule A is the tax form used by taxpayers who choose to itemize their deductible expenses rather than take the standard deduction.
Schedule B is an IRS tax form that must be completed if a taxpayer has received interest income and/or ordinary dividends over the course of the year.
Schedule C is a tax form used by most unincorporated sole proprietors to report their business income and expenses. It's part of the individual tax return, IRS form 1040.
Schedule C details all of the income and expenses incurred by your business, and the resulting profit or loss.
Schedule D form is what most people use to report capital gains and losses that result from the sale or trade of certain property during the year.
Most people use the Schedule D form to report capital gains and losses that result from the sale or trade of certain property during the year.
Schedule E is part of IRS Form 1040. It is used to report income or loss from rentals, royalties, S corps, partnerships, estates, trusts, and residential interest in REMICs.
Schedule E is for “supplemental income and loss,” and not earned income.
Form 2441 is completed by the taxpayer to report child and dependent care expenses paid for the year.
Form 8863 to figure and claim your education credits, which are based on adjusted qualified education expenses paid to an eligible educational institution (postsecondary). A refundable credit can give you a refund when the credit is more than the tax you owe, even if you aren't required to file a tax return
Forms include: 1120 1120s 1065p 990 990ez
Fee is determined by work and forms needed to complete.
Florida form F-1120
QuickBooks price per month to create profit and loss statement
Fee varies on quantity of monthly transactions