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Pat Rhodes Accounting, Inc., known as “The Tax Place” by Jacksonville residents since 1979.
Services we provide include:
- Enrolled Agents on staff, representing clients with various tax matters before the IRS.
- Small Business Entity Formation (i.e. incorporating and forming LLC’s)
- Payroll Services
- Filing Payroll and Sales Tax Reports
- IFTA Preparation
- Individual and Business Income Tax Preparation
- Notary Public, for all your notarization needs, including marriage ceremonies
- Free W-2 and 1098 download with tax preparation
- Free electronic filing with all tax preparation
If you have need of any services not included in the above list, please do not hesitate to contact us to see if we can fulfill your needs. We will always try to go above and beyond for our clients, we think outside of the box.
We take pride in helping our clients understand complex accounting and tax issues, knowledge is a benefit which cannot be valued. We strive to ensure your long-term business and financial success by helping you maximize your cash potential and minimize your tax liability. Pat Rhodes Accounting was established in 1979 with Enrolled Agents and Registered Tax Return Preparers on staff.
IRS will begin accepting tax returns January 23, 2017. To avoid delays please gather your tax information and contact us so we can begin to prepare your tax return as soon as possible, and transmit your return the minute IRS allows. This year the deadline for filing your taxes is April 18th.
Beginning in 2017, a new law approved by Congress requires the IRS to hold refunds on tax returns claiming the EITC or the ACTC until mid-February. The IRS must hold the entire refund — even the portion not associated with the EITC and ACTC — until at least Feb. 15.
No appointment is required for you to sit with a preparer, but an appointment is recommended to assure you get the preparer you want and reduce your wait time. In order for us to do your taxes, we request you bring with you the following: Tax Appointment Checklist
Health insurance was required by all individuals in 2016. Please visit healthcare.gov for more information. If your employer provided health insurance or you purchased it on your own you may receive a Form 1095-B or 1095-C. If you obtained health insurance through the Marketplace you should receive form 1095-A. If you received a credit to reduce your health insurance premium, we MUST have form 1095-A in order to complete your tax return. Please bring insurance cards for all individuals claimed on your return.
If you or any members of your household did not have health insurance at any time during the year and you have not already received an exemption from the shared responsibility penalty, please visit healthcare.gov/fees-exemptions/exemptions-from-the-fee/ or call 1-800-318-2596 as soon as possible to see if you might qualify for exemption. Applying for hardship exemption prior to filing your tax return could speed up the release of any refund you are due.
No time to wait? Just drop off your information or send to us by fax or email and we’ll contact you to complete the return as soon as possible at a discounted price. If you have further questions, please Call 904-781-1040, Fax: 904-693-3373, Email: MLR1040@aol.com, or stop by our office at: 1067 N. Edgewood Ave, Jacksonville, FL 32254, or complete the contact form at: contact us.
We’re happy to answer your questions.