St Pete Tax Service, LLC

at 8435 4th St North, Suite D, Saint Petersburg, 33702 United States

We are family owned and operated income tax service serving greater Saint Petersburg area.We specialize in preparing and filing individual and small businesses income tax returns.


St Pete Tax Service, LLC
8435 4th St North, Suite D
Saint Petersburg , FL 33702
United States
Contact Phone
P: (727) 755-1065
Website

Description

In our experience, people making between twenty five to sixty five thousand dollars are not armed and equipped with competent financial service and advise. We would like to change that. Being proactive during the entire tax year is the key to lowering taxes and getting biggest refund possible.

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Tuesdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Wednesdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Thursdays: 09:00- 17:00
  • Fridays: 09:00- 17:00

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I love what Robert D. Flach said " if you don’t know what you are doing do not rely on a tax preparation software package to make up for your lack of tax knowledge. Using a real live tax professional will save you time, aggravation and money"

Published on 2015-01-12 18:04:18 GMT

Does this sounds right to you: "The IRS estimates that do-it-yourself software users spend an average of 10 to over 20 hours longer on a return than if they used a paid tax preparer, depending on complexity of the return"?

Published on 2015-01-12 01:03:04 GMT

Did you know:you may #deduct 100 percent of the cost of a #party or other get-together for the whole staff despite the usual 50 percent limit.

Published on 2015-01-11 01:03:13 GMT

FYI: February 2nd is #deadline for employers to mail out Form #W-2 to employees

Published on 2015-01-10 03:00:24 GMT

you can skip 4th quarter estimated payment without penalty if you file the return and pay the balance in full by February 2, 2015.

Published on 2015-01-10 00:12:13 GMT

According to some estimates half of all who received subsidies for health insurance through #Obamacare exchanges, will have reduced tax refunds this year because of not projecting their income correctly

Published on 2015-01-09 18:04:03 GMT

For most #w2 taxpayers withholding and your tax credits control how large your refund is

Published on 2015-01-09 01:03:13 GMT

For 2014, the annual shared responsibility payment amount is the greater of: a) 1% of household income above filing threshold, or b) Family's flat dollar amount, $95 per adult and $47.50 per child, limited to family maximum of $285

Published on 2015-01-09 03:00:10 GMT

The tax penalty, also referred to as the “individual shared responsibility payment”, is based on your family size and income. The penalty will be prorated based on the number of months you are uninsured and will increase each year

Published on 2015-01-09 00:12:00 GMT

If you believe you qualify for one of the exemptions under ACA, please notify us as soon as possible, so we will be able to let you know whether you can claim it on your tax return or apply through the Health Insurance Marketplace along with the required documentation in certain cases. Different exemptions require different forms, so be sure to apply with the correct document or be ready to pay penalty

Published on 2015-01-08 18:04:04 GMT

According to the IRS, it takes two weeks after a name changed is filed before the IRS’s records are updated

Published on 2015-01-08 01:03:19 GMT

The IRS announced today they will begin accepting tax returns electronically on Jan. 20

Published on 2014-12-29 21:31:38 GMT

If you settled a suit and received money in 2014, it is income....

Published on 2015-02-05 00:03:04 GMT

Do I Have to Have Form 1095-A Before I Can File? You must have the Form 1095-A before you can file because you must perform a reconciliation of the credit you received versus the credit you were entitled to...

Published on 2015-02-04 02:00:37 GMT

OK friends here is a deal: If you chose to have advance credit payments sent to your insurer, you MUST file a federal income tax return, even if otherwise not required to file.

Published on 2015-02-05 23:12:01 GMT

The IRS will not call about taxes you owe without first mailing you a bill...

Published on 2015-02-17 19:41:12 GMT

The most common tax return exemption for not paying the penalty under ACA is due to the taxpayer’s income being below the filing requirement. The second and third most common exemptions is due to a gap in health insurance coverage or being a resident of a state without Medicaid expansion.

Published on 2015-02-27 17:04:05 GMT

The average tax penalty for not having insurance so far is $172, an indication that most taxpayers are paying more than the flat fee of $95 per uncovered adult penalty that many consumers anticipated.