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Income Tax Preparation Services in Toronto P10 http://www.backtaxescanada.ca Gary Booth CA Professional Corp. Suite 406 – 555 Burnhamthorpe Rd. Toronto, On |…


Jasper Arrow says:

As internet use took off at the turn of the millennium, the Office of Management and Budget asked the Internal Revenue Service to create no-cost electronic tax-filing options for low- and moderate-income taxpayers. The tech-challenged agency turned to the online tax-preparation industry for help and soon struck a deal with companies such as Intuit (the maker of TurboTax) and H&R Block, which had organized as a 12-member consortium called the Free File Alliance.

The Free File Alliance agreed to offer tax-prep service to millions of Americans at no charge. In exchange, the IRS pledged to “not compete with the Consortium in providing free, online tax return preparation and filing services to taxpayers.”

The arrangement went into effect in 2003 and the IRS and the alliance have kept the framework in place ever since. Today the Free File system appears on track to become permanent. In April, the House voted unanimously to enshrine the provision in law, and the Senate is now considering whether to follow suit.
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Felix Neoly says:

The more credentialed the person who prepares your return is, the more you can expect to pay. As a general rule, you’ll pay the highest fees to attorneys, followed by CPAs, and then enrolled agents. The lowest fees are charged by annual filing season program participants and preparers without any special designation.

Fees vary considerably across the country, depending on the type of preparer and the nature of your return (such as whether you run a sole proprietorship requiring a Schedule C, whether you have complex investment transactions, or whether you own many rental properties).

Most preparers charge a flat fee per return. In 2020, the average rate for a Form 1040 with a Schedule A (for itemizing personal deductions) and a state return, for example, was about $302; the national average for preparing a basic return with no itemizing of deductions is less.
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