INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX FEE SCHEDULE

  • Any additional State Tax Return            $25
  • Amended Returns  

10% from refund (min. $65, not more then $100 if no refund)

  • NOTICES                                                                 $20
  • Form 4506 - Request for Copy of Tax Return                                                                  $20
  • Form 4506-T - Request for Transcript    $20
  • Extension of Time to File                             $20
  • FEIN request from IRS                                    $50
  • Business Certificate #X-201                       $200

 (DBA - a sole proprietor (one owner), includes county fees, 3 notarized copies of Business Certificate)


Price includes Federal + One State Tax Return + Free E-file


  • Form 1040 EZ                                                                           $65

For single or married taxpayers with no children to report general wages, unemployment, W2 income 

under $100,000(2 W-2 included, $5 each additional W-2)

Status must be single or married filing jointly. No dependents. Taxable interest can not exceed $1500.
You only claim the earned income tax credit. Your taxable income is less than $100,000.
You (and your spouse if filing a joint return) were under age 65 and not blind at the end of year.
You had only wages, salaries, tips, taxable scholarship or fellowship grants, unemployment compensation.


  • Form 1040 A                                                                            from $80                            

For single or married taxpayers without dependent children who had income from the following sources.

(2 W-2 included, $5 each additional W-2)


You only had income from the following sources:                                                                 
Wages, salaries, tips. Interest and ordinary dividends.
Taxable scholarship and fellowship grants.
Pensions, annuities, and IRAs. Unemployment compensation.
Taxable social security and railroad retirement benefits.

The only adjustments to income you can claim are:
Educator expenses. IRA deduction. Student loan interest deduction.
Tuition and fees deduction. You do not itemize deductions.
Your taxable income (line 27) is less than $100,000.

The only tax credits you can claim are:
 Education credits. Earned income credit.
 Credit for the elderly or the disabled. Retirement savings contributions credit.


  • Form 1040 (Standard deduction)                                           from $130 

For single or married taxpayers with dependent children plus to include educator expenses, IRA deductions, student loan, tuition and fees deduction. The main source of income is from wages, pensions, social security, scholarships, unemployment or taxable interest .

(2 W-2 included, $5 each additional W-2; 1 child is included, $10 each additional  child) 

You only had income from the following sources:
Wages, salaries, tips. Interest and ordinary dividends.
Taxable scholarship and fellowship grants.
Pensions, annuities, and IRAs. Unemployment compensation.
Taxable social security and railroad retirement benefits.

The only adjustments to income you can claim are:
Educator expenses. IRA deduction.
Student loan interest deduction. Tuition and fees deduction.
You do not itemize deductions. Your taxable income (line 27) is less than $100,000.

The only tax credits you can claim are:
 Child tax credit. Additional child tax credit.
 Education credits. Earned income credit. Credit for child and dependent care expenses.

 Credit for the elderly or the disabled. Retirement savings contributions credit.


  • Form 1040 Plus (Schedules A & B)                                        from $150

(1040 Basic plus income from Partnerships, S-Corporations and investment trading, itemized deductions including unreimbursed employee business expenses and home office deduction reported on the Schedule A, hybrid vehicle credit and the residential energy credit, mortgage deductions, etc.) 

Schedule A – Itemized Deductions including Medical Expenses, Taxes, Mortgage Interest, Charitable Donations
Schedule B – Interest and Dividend Income
Schedule D – Capital Gains or Losses
Schedule K-1 1065 – Partners Share of Income and Deduction
Schedule K-1 1120S – Shareholders Income and Deductions
Form 2106 – Employee Business Expenses
Form 4684 – Casualty and Theft Loss
Form 4952 – Investment Interest Expense Deduction
Form 5329 – Additional Taxes on Qualified Plans (Including IRAs) and Other Tax-Favored Accounts
Form 5695 – Residential Energy Credits
Form 6251 – Alternative Minimum Tax
Form 8606 – Nondeductible IRA Contribution
Form 8889 – Health Savings Accounts
Form 8903 – Domestic Production Activities
Home Sale Worksheet 


  • 1040 Premium                                                                          from $160         

(For sole proprietors, small business filers, self-employed, rental, etc.) 

Schedule C – Profit or Loss from Business
Schedule SE – Self-Employment Tax
Schedule F – Profit or Loss from Farming
Schedule E – Rental or Royalty Income or Loss
Form 4835 – Profit or Loss from Farm Rental
Form 8829 – Home Office Deduction
Form 4136 – Fuel Tax Credit
Form 4562 – Depreciation Deduction
Form 4797 – Sale of Business Assets
Form 6198 – At Risk Limitation
Form 8582 – Passive Loss Limitation
                 

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