Tax Returns

The system is serious about receiving an annual accounting from you, prepared within the rules the system has (more or less clearly) laid out. Tax Return Preparation is a process of:

- Assembling and organizing the necessary source documents sent to you, such as W-2’s and 1099’s of various types.  

- Assembling and organizing data for rental properties, small businesses, and other parts of the tax return which generally are kept and summaried by the individual

- Knowledge of laws and regulations and application to a  particular situation. 

- Experience with IRS/State of Michigan and application of that experience to a particular situation. 

- Frequently an iterative process, in which I prepare a draft return which the client reviews. 

I’ve been a licensed CPA in Michigan for roughly 36 years and have prepared thousands of tax returns.  The following are examples of the returns I prepare: 

Individual Tax - 1040

  • Itemized Deductions
  • Interest, Dividends, Stock/Mutual Fund Sales
  • Business Income/Loss
  • Rental Properties
  • Farm Income/Expense
  • Oil & Gas Income/Expense
  • K-1's from Partnerships, S Corporations, Trusts
  • All Other Forms


Business Taxes

  • Corporations - 1120 and Related Items
  • S Corporations - 1120S and Related Forms
  • Partnerships, LLC's - 1065 and Related Forms
  • Rental Properties
  • Farm Income/Expense
  • Oil & Gas Income/Expense
  • K-1's from Partnerships, S Corporations, Trusts
  • All Other Forms


Fiduciary Taxes 

  • Estate Taxes - 706
  • Fiduciary Taxes - 1041 (Estate and trusts that have income)
  • Gift Taxes - 709
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