“Our vision is to empower individuals and businesses by providing exceptional and personalized tax services, delivering accurate and timely results, fostering transparency and trust, and continually adapting to the ever-changing tax landscape.”
Taxes for 13 years, notary for 10 years, job experience as a bookkeeper lead to now, C-Tech registered tax preparer in the United States, notary license thru Secretary of State of California
“Our mission is to provide our clients with professional, accurate, and efficient tax preparation services while ensuring compliance with all tax laws and regulations. We strive to build long-lasting relationships based on trust, integrity, and personalized attention. Our goal is to alleviate the tax preparation process’s stress and uncertainty and empower our clients to make informed financial decisions, Whether you are an individual or a local business in Modesto”.
LC Tax & Document Service offers a variety of service options, such as online or in-person consultation and e-filing, to accommodate clients' preferences and needs.
You can count on Emma L. Caballero at Lc Tax Service for tax preparation in Modesto CA. Emma L. Caballero assists taxpayers and small businesses with taxes in Modesto, CA, and the surrounding communities, whether you are an individual or a local company in or around Modesto.
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LC Tax Document Services do not do corporations, nonprofits, partnerships, estate taxes
No, not anymore. People can no longer list family members who live out of the country in Mexico or Canada as dependents.
These expenses are no longer deductible unless you're self-employed.
No, but please feel welcome to email or text me and book an IP.
It has to be a picture ID
US ID (must have been valid within the last 5 years),
current passport (from your country of citizenship), current Canadian or Mexican driver's license, current US military ID card, current Employee ID (if you work for the state, county, or city), current consular ID from your country of citizenship (Exception: not the Mexican matricula consular ID, due to insufficient information), can also be a current federally recognized ID from a tribal entity,
If you don't have valid and current ID, you must bring 2 people with valid and current US ID as witnesses to testify that they know you and you are who say you are.
Yes virtually (video, text, or phone) > in person > drop off
Anything to add a new dependent: birth certificate, social security, and health insurance of the dependent (for newborns)
I sold 1 or more stock(s): year-end statement, form 1099-DIV, 1099-B
I had a (major) medical emergency with lots of debt: bring receipts/proof of what you've paid, bills of the remaining balance (including but not limited to health insurance, copays, long-term care is a deductible premium, glasses, dental work)
Check, cash, debit cards (through Square), Venmo, Zelle, Paypal, CashApp
Use the IRS “Where's My Refund” tool to find out when you can expect your refund to arrive.
You will be directed to the IRS website and need the following information:
Social Security Number or ITIN
Exact refund amount shown on your return
free tax bracket calculator is a simple, easy way to estimate your federal income tax bracket and total tax.
during business hours, available to new and existing customers) > print a form/fill out a cover sheet on the outside of the envelope (name, phone number, the tax year(s) of the information they're bringing (with checkmarks for 2019-2021) Checklist (W2 and/or 1099-NEC or 1099 misc., (optional) 1099-G for unemployment, picture ID if not already on file, social security or ITIN, health insurance card or form 1095 and form 3853, 1098-INT (if in possession of a home/mortgage), form 1098-T for college students/those claiming a college student as a dependent, W2-G for gambling winning, 1098-C for those who have filed for bankruptcy that didn't pay back credit cards as income,
if you believe you qualify for long-form/schedule A, itemized deductions if you think you have expenses that would be greater than your standard deductions typically for a total amount of deductions
(for taxpayers under 65)
$25,900 for married filing joint,
$19,400 for the head of household
$12,950 for single, no dependents
(bring donations, church contributions, medical expenses bills and receipts, and property tax receipts)
has to be over 7.5% of your total income for you to qualify to write off your medical expenses