If your tax situation is a little more complex than W2s (wages) and the Standard Deduction having a professional may be worth it.

Now, the unfortunate answer to “How Much Will It Cost” is, of course, “It Depends”.

This is because your cost is determined by the Forms and Schedules you need for your individual tax situation and to get the best outcome for you, as well as, the number of States you need to file in.

Ballpark, prices start at $160, with the average “typical” return between $250-$350, and heavy investors and multi-Form tax payers closer to $450-$550.

Think of it this way, the more complex your return is, the more opportunities you have to decrease your tax liability.


How many times have you been walloped by a bill for Tax Prep?

You pay for Accounting Services all year, but then need to pay a large lump sum for someone else to process your tax return.

What if you didn’t have to?

One of the reasons I “went to the dark side” and started doing taxes is I wanted to offer a better way for small businesses to be able to budget for both accounting and taxes.

Plus, now the same person who already knows you and your business will be the one to doing it all, no more rehashing the same thing over and over.

If you are a Sole Proprietor, LLC, Partnership, or S-Corp, have Rentals, a side hustle, or do some freelance we have a plan that will keep you in shape all year and get those taxes done without the big surprise bill.