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411taxes.com LLC is a family owned and operated business located in Hialeah, FL serving the counties of Miami-Dade & Broward. Our mission is to provide the best year-round income tax and corporate services to individuals and business owners in the community
What Our Clients Say
The team has provided tax help to me and my company from an early stage of our company development.
The support provided has been excellent, with rapid and accurate processing of our complex issues.
I have been using thieir tax help office for years now. They are really a standout other offices.
The team are masters of taxes. They handled my tax issues in a few days, and I don’t have to think about.
They have been managing my tax issues since 2004. They are always friendly, reliable, and professional.
A first class service for small and big businesses company. These guys know exactly what they do.
Income Tax Preparation
We offer our income tax service as of the first week of January and year-round.
We can help you track every penny you make and spend, monthly , quarterly or semi-annually.
We can also help you with your payroll, we take care of filing all federal & state forms
We can help you open any type of corporation or LLC, assistance to obtain your EIN, sales tax certificate, etc.
We assist you with your help to accurately fill out any form you may need to submit for immigration purposes
We are here to help you notarize any document you need.
From the News
Some Refunds Delayed in 2017
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. This change helps ensure that taxpayers get the refund they are owed by giving the agency more time to help detect and prevent fraud.
Tax Tips for Deducting Gifts to Charity
Give to qualified charities. You can only deduct gifts you give to a qualified charity. Use the IRS Select Check tool to see if the group you give to is qualified. You can deduct gifts to churches, synagogues, temples, mosques and government agencies. This is true even if Select Check does not list them in its database. Keep a record of all cash gifts. Gifts of money include those made in cash or by check, electronic funds transfer, credit card and payroll deduction. You must have a bank record or a written statement from the charity to deduct any gift of money on your tax return. This is true regardless of the amount of the gift. The statement must show the name of the charity and the date and amount of the contribution. Bank records include canceled checks, or bank, credit union and credit card statements. If you give by payroll deductions, you should retain a pay stub, a Form W-2 wage statement or other document from your employer. It must show the total amount withheld for charity, along with the pledge card showing the name of the charity.