Fee Schedule

Federal Return (up to 4 W-2’s) – $80

State Return – $30 per state

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Additional Forms:

Schedule A (Itemized Deductions) – $25

Schedule B (Interest and Dividends) – $15 per every 5 items

Schedule C (Small Business Income, includes Schedule SE) – $100

Schedule D (Capital Gains and Losses) – $15 per every 5 transactions

Schedule E (Rental Income, includes depreciation forms) – $100 

Schedule EIC (Earned Income Credit) – $40

Schedule H (Household Employment Taxes) – $40

K-1 – $75

Form 2106 (Employee Business Expenses) – $25

Form 2441 (Child and Dependent Care Expenses) – $25

Form 2555 (Foreign Earned Income Exclusion) – $75

Form 3909 (Moving Expenses) – $25

Form 4797 (Sale of Business Property) – $50

Form 8283 (Noncash Charitable Contributions over $500) – $15 per every 5 transactions

Form 8829 (Home Office Deduction) – $30

Form 8949 (Sale of Capital Assets) – $25 per form + $3 per entry

Education Credits – $25

Extension of time to file – $35

Paper filing – $20

1040X (Prior Year Amendments) – starting at $150

990EZ (Non-profit orgs) – $450

990N (Tax exempt orgs) – $225

The fees listed above are based on the most common types of tax returns.  Your unique situation may require additional forms and filing fees.

Federal and State e-file is free with every current year return.  

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