April 17, 2014

Are you tired of paying a high price for your tax preparation?
Do you feel like you should be getting more back from the IRS?
Frustrated with trying to figure out what form you will need to prepare your taxes?
Tired of the high rates other companies charge you to prepare and file your tax return?
Would you like a professional to do your tax preparation?

Answering yes to the questions above is not difficult to do; it seems that confusion, misinformation, and frustration go hand in hand with most tax services. Make that stop now! Custom Tax Services has well over 17 years of experience. Every year I take a test administered by the IRS in order to educate myself on all the changes in the tax industry. This assists me in knowing every loophole, every federal and state tax law, and allows me to offer an in-depth educated view to my clients that my competitors do not have.

Custom Tax Services offers rates that are half of what you will get at other tax preparation companies such as: H&R Block, Jackson Hewitt, and Liberty Taxes. There are no hidden fees for your tax preparation and filing. Costs are given up-front.

Custom Tax Services is dedicated to a truly fast and simple approach to filing your taxes.
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