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Welcome to your trusted partner in tax preparation! We understand that navigating the complex world of taxes can be overwhelming for individuals and businesses alike. That's why our dedicated team of tax professionals is here to provide you with expert guidance and comprehensive solutions tailored to your specific needs.


At EmprePro Solutions, we take pride in our commitment to accuracy, efficiency, and personalized service. Whether you're an individual looking to file your personal taxes or a business owner seeking assistance with corporate tax returns, our experienced tax preparers have the knowledge and expertise to ensure that you maximize your deductions and minimize your tax liability. We stay up-to-date with the latest tax laws and regulations to provide you with the most current and reliable advice.


Our goal is to make the tax preparation process as seamless and stress-free as possible. We offer a wide range of services, including tax planning, tax return preparation, tax resolution, and IRS audit support. With our attention to detail and meticulous approach, you can trust that your taxes are in capable hands.


EmprePro Solutions is here to empower you with the financial insights and strategies you need to achieve your goals. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and discover how our tax preparation services can benefit you or your business. Let us handle the complexities of taxes while you focus on what you do best – running your business and enjoying life.

Services We Offer

Tax Preparation


Personal Tax Return Preparation: Our experienced tax preparers will assist you in accurately preparing and filing your personal tax returns. We will ensure that you take advantage of all eligible deductions, credits, and exemptions to maximize your tax savings.

Tax Planning and Consulting: We provide comprehensive tax planning and consulting services to help you make informed financial decisions throughout the year. Our experts will work closely with you to develop strategies that minimize your tax liability and optimize your long-term financial goals.

IRS Problem Resolution: If you're facing issues with the IRS, our team is here to help. We have extensive experience in resolving various tax problems, including audits, tax notices, penalties, and more. We will represent you before the IRS and negotiate on your behalf to achieve the best possible outcome.



Tax Preparation

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Corporate Tax Return Preparation: Our dedicated tax professionals understand the complexities of business taxation. We will accurately prepare and file your corporate tax returns, ensuring compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. We serve various business categories, including but not limited to:

  • Sole Proprietorships

  • Partnerships

  • Limited Liability Companies (LLCs)

  • S Corporations

  • C Corporations

Small Business Accounting: We offer comprehensive accounting services tailored to the unique needs of small businesses. From bookkeeping and financial statement preparation to payroll processing and tax reporting, we will handle the financial aspects of your business, allowing you to focus on growth and profitability.

Tax Planning and Strategies: Our team will work closely with you to develop effective tax planning strategies that align with your business objectives. We serve businesses across industries, including:

  • Retail and E-commerce

  • Professional Services

  • Manufacturing and Distribution

  • Hospitality and Restaurants

  • Real Estate

  • Healthcare

  • Technology and Start-ups

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Let's Get Started

Book an Appointment/
Prepare for Your Visit
Getting started with EmprePro Solutions is easy! Simply book an appointment with us by giving us a call or filling out the appointment request form on our website. Our friendly staff will work with you to find a convenient date and time for your consultation.

Before your scheduled appointment, please review our "What do I need to provide to my Tax Preparer?" checklist provided below. This checklist will guide you in gathering all the necessary documents and information needed for your tax preparation.

By preparing these documents in advance, you can ensure a smooth and efficient process during your appointment.
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[Step Two]
Meet for Appointment/
Provide Documentation
During your scheduled appointment, you will meet with one of our experienced tax professionals. We will take the time to understand your specific tax needs and go through the checklist together. You can provide us with the gathered documents, and we will review them to ensure we have all the necessary information to prepare your tax returns accurately.

At this stage, we will also collect payment for our services. We offer transparent and competitive pricing, and our team will provide you with the details regarding the cost of our tax preparation services. We accept various payment methods to ensure convenience for our clients.

Our tax experts will guide you through a series of questions to ensure we capture all the required details to maximize your tax benefits. We will also address any specific concerns or questions you may have regarding your taxes.
Process Your Request

Once we have all the required documents, information, and payment, our team will begin processing your tax request promptly. Our experienced tax preparers will leverage their expertise and knowledge of current tax laws to ensure your returns are prepared accurately and in compliance with all applicable regulations.

We will carefully review your tax information, identifying deductions, credits, and exemptions that can help minimize your tax liability or maximize your refund. Throughout the process, we maintain a strong focus on accuracy and attention to detail.

After completing the preparation of your tax returns, we will review them with you to ensure you understand the results and address any final questions you may have. Once you are satisfied, we will electronically file your returns, making the process efficient and secure.

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What do I need to provide to my

tax preparer?

*Disclaimer: This checklist serves as a general guide, covering most common documents. However, it's crucial to recognize that each individual situation is unique, and your specific circumstances may require additional documentation. If you come across any items that seem unclear or have concerns about certain aspects of your taxes, don't hesitate to reach out to us.

Income Documents:

  • W-2 forms for each employer (reporting wages, salaries, and tips)

  • 1099-MISC forms for self-employment income

  • 1099-INT and 1099-DIV forms for interest and dividend income

  • 1099-B forms for brokerage or investment income and sales of stocks or bonds

  • 1099-R forms for retirement account distributions

  • Schedule K-1 forms for income from partnerships, S corporations, estates, or trusts

  • Rental income and expenses documentation

  • Any other income documentation (e.g., gambling winnings, royalties)

Deductions and Credits:

  • Form 1098 for mortgage interest

  • Property tax statements

  • Medical expenses documentation

  • Charitable contributions documentation

  • Education-related expenses (e.g., Form 1098-T for tuition)

  • Student loan interest paid (Form 1098-E)

  • Childcare expenses

  • Health insurance information (e.g., Form 1095-A, 1095-B, or 1095-C)

  • Any other relevant deductions or credits documentation

Health Savings Account (HSA) and Medical Expenses:

  • Contributions made to HSAs (Form 5498-SA)

  • Medical expenses documentation (e.g., bills, receipts)

Other Relevant Information:

  • Estimated tax payments made

  • IRA contributions (Traditional or Roth)

  • Any tax notices or letters received from the IRS or state tax authorities

  • Records of prior-year carryovers (e.g., capital losses, net operating losses)


Bank Account Information:

  • Bank account number and routing number for direct deposit of refunds (optional)

Self-Employment Income:

  • Profit and loss statements for the business

  • Business expense receipts and records

  • Home office expenses documentation

  • Vehicle mileage logs for business use

Rental Properties:

  • Rental income and expense records

  • Property management fee receipts

  • Depreciation schedules for rental property assets


  • Stock purchase and sale records

  • Cost basis information for investments

  • Records of reinvested dividends or capital gains distributions

  • Documentation for wash sales or other investment-related transactions


  • HUD-1 Settlement Statement for real estate transactions

  • Mortgage interest statements (Form 1098)

  • Property tax statements

  • Records of home improvements or energy-efficient upgrades

Education Expenses:

  • Form 1098-T from educational institutions

  • Records of qualified education expenses

  • Student loan interest paid (Form 1098-E)

Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSAs):

  • Contributions and withdrawals documentation

  • Eligible medical expenses documentation

Foreign Assets and Income:

  • Foreign bank account statements (FBAR)

  • Foreign income documents (e.g., Form 1099-INT for foreign interest income)

  • Documentation for foreign tax payments or credits

Life Events:

  • Divorce or separation agreements

  • Adoption or foster care documentation

  • Inheritance or estate-related documents

  • Birth or death certificates of dependents



Financial Statements:

  • Profit and loss statement (income statement)

  • Balance sheet

  • Cash flow statement (if available)

  • General ledger

  • Trial balance

Business Income:

  • Sales records (invoices, receipts)

  • Revenue from services or products sold

  • Gross receipts or sales summary

Business Expenses:

  • Receipts and invoices for expenses incurred

  • Rent or lease payments

  • Utilities (electricity, water, internet, etc.)

  • Office supplies and equipment

  • Business insurance premiums

  • Employee wages and benefits

  • Professional fees (accounting, legal, consulting)

  • Advertising and marketing expenses

  • Travel and entertainment expenses

  • Vehicle-related expenses (fuel, maintenance, mileage logs)

  • Repairs and maintenance costs

  • Loan interest and fees

Cost of Goods Sold (for businesses that sell products):

  • Inventory records (beginning and ending values)

  • Purchases and production costs

  • Cost of labor directly related to production

Business Assets and Depreciation:

  • List of business assets (equipment, vehicles, buildings, etc.)

  • Dates of acquisition and cost of each asset

  • Depreciation schedules or records

  • Section 179 expense deduction details (if applicable)

Business Loans and Debt:

  • Loan statements and documents

  • Interest paid on business loans

  • Loan repayment schedules

Employee Information:

  • Forms W-2 for each employee

  • Forms 1099 for contractors or freelancers

  • Payroll records

  • Benefits and retirement plan contributions

Business Entity-specific Information:

  • Partnership agreements (for partnerships)

  • Shareholder information (for S-corporations)

  • Stockholder information (for C-corporations)

  • Capital accounts and distributions (for LLCs)

Business Tax Forms and Filings:

  • Previous year's business tax return (if applicable)

  • Estimated tax payments made

  • Quarterly payroll tax filings (e.g., Form 941)

Other Relevant Information:

  • Changes in business ownership or structure

  • Notices or letters from tax authorities

  • Any tax-related or financial concerns

Partnership or Multi-Member LLC:

  • Partnership agreement outlining profit/loss sharing, capital contributions, etc.

  • Schedule K-1 forms for each partner/member

  • Partnership or LLC operating agreement

  • Capital accounts and distributions records

S-Corporation or C-Corporation:

  • Shareholder information (names, ownership percentages, etc.)

  • Stock issuance and transfer documentation

  • Minutes of shareholder meetings

  • Dividend distributions and retained earnings records

  • Capital stock and paid-in capital details

Home-Based Business:

  • Home office expense documentation (e.g., square footage, expenses)

  • Records of utility bills for calculating home office deductions

  • Proof of ownership or rental agreement for the residence

Independent Contractors or Freelancers:

  • Contracts or agreements with clients

  • 1099-MISC forms received for income

  • Expense records related to contractor work

  • Documentation of business-related equipment or assets used

Inventory Management:

  • Detailed inventory records (beginning and ending values, purchases, sales)

  • Cost of goods sold (COGS) calculation and supporting documentation

  • Inventory tracking system reports or records

Depreciable Assets and Section 179 Deduction:

  • Detailed records of business assets (equipment, vehicles, buildings)

  • Dates of acquisition and cost for each asset

  • Depreciation schedules or records

  • Section 179 expense deduction details and documentation

International Business Activities:

  • Documentation related to foreign income and expenses

  • Forms W-8 or W-9 for foreign vendors or contractors

  • Foreign tax credits and treaty benefits information

  • Transfer pricing documentation (for related party transactions)

Specialized Industries:

  • Specific industry-related documents, licenses, or certifications

  • Compliance records (e.g., safety certifications, environmental reports)

  • Government contracts and related documentation

Business Acquisitions or Dispositions:

  • Purchase or sale agreements for business assets or shares

  • Allocation of purchase price (if applicable)

  • Records of transaction costs and expenses

Tax Credits or Incentives:

  • Documentation for claiming specific tax credits or incentives

  • Supporting records for research and development expenses

  • Energy-related credits or deductions documentation


As a tax filer, it's important to be aware of key dates throughout the year to ensure that you meet your tax obligations and avoid penalties. Here are the important dates for individual and business tax filers to keep in mind:
March 15: Deadline for filing corporate tax returns for S Corporations and partnerships that requested an extension. This is the deadline to submit the tax returns for these types of entities.
April 15: Deadline for filing individual tax returns for sole proprietors and single-member LLCs. As a business owner, your personal and business taxes may be interconnected, so ensure you meet this deadline for your individual tax return. This also the deadline for first-quarter estimated tax payments. If you are a business owner and expect to owe taxes for the current year, you may need to make estimated tax payments.
June 15: Deadline for second-quarter estimated tax payments. This is the due date for your second installment of estimated tax payments for the year.
September 15: Deadline for filing corporate tax returns for S Corporations and partnerships that received an extension. If you requested an extension, make sure to submit the tax returns by this date. This is also the deadline for third-quarter estimated tax payments. Ensure you make your estimated tax payment for the third quarter by this date.
October 15: Final deadline for individuals who filed for an extension to submit their tax returns. If you needed additional time to file your individual tax return as a business owner, this is the deadline to submit it. This is also the deadline for filing trust and estate income tax returns for calendar-year filers who received an extension. If you have a trust or estate, this is the deadline to file the tax return if you requested an extension.

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