At Commonwealth Tax we treat visitors like guests in our home rather than clients.  We hope to offer you a warm and comfortable experience while minimizing your stress as well as your taxes.

We strive to give you the confidence that you have received a great service -- an experience that will encourage you to stay with us.  Our visitors usually become valued lifetime friends -- and refer us to their friends.

We understand that tax season can be a scary time in people's lives usually caused by lack of knowledge and understanding of what to do all year to prepare for tax time.  We will teach you to take proactive planning steps all year long so we can help keep you from having to pay an unnecessarily high annual tax bill.


2018 Personal Tax Organizers are available.

If you wish to receive a 2018 tax organizer, please telephone or email us to request your organizer.  Organizers will be delivered via our secure document portal.  You will receive an email notification when your organizer is available for you to download.  You can complete the organizer on your computer, save it, and upload it back to us via the portal -- no paper or printer is required!

Paper copies of tax organizers will be mailed upon request.


Click here to download or view our 2019 pre-season newsletter.  You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file attachment. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader at no cost from:
http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html


Out tax-season hours are:

February through April 15: A limited number of appointments for intake or delivery of completed tax returns will be accepted outside of the above hours.  These appointments must be scheduled with your tax preparer.

PLEASE NOTE OUR OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ON TUESDAY, APRIL 16, 2019.


Download IRS Form W-9 here:

If you are self-employed or operate an LLC or Corporation and make payments in the course of your business which total $600 or more during the year to an individual or to a business that is not a corporation, you are required to issue a From 1099-MISC to those payees no later than January 31.  Failure to do so will result in IRS penalties which were substantially increased in 2016.  We can prepare the required Forms 1099-MISC for you.  We will need to know the payee's name, address, social security number or Tax ID number, and the amount you paid.  We suggest you make a practice of requiring these payees to give you a completed and signed IRS Form W-9 before you pay them.  You may download a copy of IRS Form W-9 from the IRS website www.irs.gov, or by clicking here.


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