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True Tax Service

Tax Preparer
Chicago Illinois 60628

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Contact Details

Company Name
True Tax Service
10807 S Michigan Ave
Chicago, Illinois, 60628
United States

Professional Background

Year Established
Hours of Operation
Monday - Saturday 9am to 6pm
By appointments only after 6pm
Accepted Forms of Payments
Cash, Zelle, Credit cards, Paypal, Cash app

About True Tax Service

Our tax firm have certified tax preparer here to help you and your business. From any tax needs you might have to preparing your current or past income tax returns, and tax planning for your upcoming goals and dreams, we're here to help you achieve your dreams. We are an Authorized IRS e-file Provider in Chicago.    

Here at True Tax Service, our tax accountants are dedicated to you and all your different Income Tax Return Preparation needs and e-file tax returns.

True Tax Service Specialties

True Tax Service Member Articles

Know what counts as taxable income and what doesn't

Definition of Taxable Income:•              Taxable income is the portion of your total income that is subject to taxation by the government....

Be aware of the tax filing deadlines and extensions.

Federal Income Tax Deadline:In the United States, the federal income tax deadline typically falls on April 15th, except when it falls on a weekend or holiday. If that's the case,...

Standard deduction is a key element in the U.S. tax system

What Is the Standard Deduction?The standard deduction is a fixed dollar amount that reduces your taxable income. It's designed to simplify the tax-filing process and provides a...

Understand the tax brackets and how they affect your income tax.

What Are Tax Brackets? Tax brackets are specific income ranges used to determine the tax rate you pay on your taxable income. The United States, for example, uses a progressive...

Choose your filing status wisely - it can impact your tax liability.

Single (Filing Status: "Single"):Definition: You can file as single if you are unmarried, divorced, legally separated, or widowed.Advantages: May be eligible for certain...

Start Early: Begin organizing your tax documents and receipts well before the tax season begins

Personal Information:Social Security Number (SSN): You and your dependents' SSNs are essential for tax identification.Filing Status: Determine your filing status (e.g., single,...

Tax Deductions: Your Guide to Keeping More Money

Tax season is a time that most of us both anticipate and dread. On one hand, there's the excitement of a potential tax refund, but on the other, there's the looming confusion...

Tax Planning for Small Businesses: End-of-Year Strategies

As the end of the year approaches, it's essential for small business owners to start thinking about tax planning. Strategic tax planning can help you reduce your tax liability...

Unexpected Tax Deductions You May Be Unaware Of

Pet Moving Expenses: In some cases, moving expenses for your pet may be deductible if you're relocating for work. This includes transportation, lodging, and even pet quarantine...

Consider Contributing to a Health Savings Account (HSA)

Consider Contributing to a Health Savings Account (HSA):If you're eligible, contributing to a Health Savings Account (HSA) can provide you with a valuable tax benefit. HSAs are...

Mastering Tax Deductions for the Self-Employed

Are you tired of watching a significant chunk of your hard-earned money disappear into the abyss of taxes every year? If you're self-employed, an entrepreneur, or a freelancer,...

8 Important Steps To Take Before You Prepare Your Taxes

Gather All Necessary Documents:Collect all relevant tax documents, including W-2s (for employment income), 1099s (for various types of income), mortgage interest statements, investment...

Top 10 last-minute tax tips to consider before the end of the tax year 2023

1. Contribute to Retirement Accounts:Maximize contributions to your 401(k), IRA, or other retirement accounts. These contributions can lower your taxable income and increase your retirement...