AFTER YOU PLACE YOUR ORDER
After you place your order the following will happen:
1) We will prepare the tax return(s) based on the information you have provided to us.
2) After completion of the tax returns we will send them to you electronically via secure file transfer.
3) If you are a Nonresident filer, instructions will be included with the tax return to print, sign, and mail your tax returns to the appropriate government offices. Mailing addresses will be provided. The instructions will also include either an amount that you owe the government(s) as additional tax, or a refund amount that you can expect to receive in the near future. If you owe additional tax, you will mail the amount due with your tax return to the government. If you are to receive a refund, you will receive that refund only after you have mailed your tax return to the government.
4) If you are a Resident filer, you will have the option to authorize us to electronically file (e-file) your tax returns. To elect to e-file, an additional page will be included in your tax return(s) that you (and your spouse if filing jointly) must sign and return (upload) to us. You should review the tax returns before signing. We will then e-file your tax returns from our office. If you choose not to e-file, you will notify us and we will complete the necessary opt-out pages and resend your tax returns to you for paper filing. Note that most taxpayers e-file their tax returns because the governments process the tax returns with fewer errors, and tax refunds are processed faster!
In either case, e-filing or paper filing, we will include the simple instructions you need to successfully complete the filing process. The instructions will also include either an amount that you owe the government as additional tax, or a refund amount that you can expect to receive in the near future from the government. If you owe additional tax, the instructions will tell you how to send the amount to the government. If you are to receive a refund, you will receive that refund only after you have filed your tax return with the government.