Stevenson Tax and Accounting, Inc.

Tax Preparer
Elgin Illinois 60123

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Contact Details

  • Business
  • Stevenson Tax and Accounting, Inc.
  • Logo
  • Stevenson Tax and Accounting, Inc. Company Logo by Stevenson Tax and Accounting, Inc. in Elgin IL
  • Year Established:
  • 2004
  • Location
  • 2205 Point Blvd
    Suite 125
    Elgin, IL 60123
    United States of America

Professional Background

  • Hours of Operation
  • Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
    Saturday - 9 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
    Sunday - closed
  • Accepted Forms of Payments
  • Cash, checks, credit cards, Apple Pay, Zelle, Venmo
  • Fee Structure
  • Fees are based upon the complexity of the tax returns and/or the tax resolution required.
  • Credentials
  • EA Enrolled Agent
    MBA
  • Honors & Awards
  • Speaker for University of Illinois Tax School, member of National Association of Tax Preparers, member of National Association of Enrolled Agents, volunteer tax preparer in Chicago at a low-income tax clinic.

About Stevenson Tax and Accounting, Inc.

We specialize in individual and small business tax returns, as well as IRS tax resolution, IRS letters, installment agreements, offers-in-compromise, and audit representation.

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Annuities & Tax Planning

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Interest Income On Your Investments Is Taxable.

The payment of income tax is a reality. And when Uncle Sam says income, he is talking about all the money you make, whether it's from your job or your investment. This includes...


Tax Guide for Household Employer (Nanny Taxes)

If you have hired a gardener, nanny, cleaner, or other types of worker for household work, the law requires you to pay state and federal payroll taxes. This article sheds light on...



Convertible Virtual Currency

What is considered a convertible virtual currency?Convertible virtual currency is an uncontrolled digital currency. Still, it can be used as a substitute for a real and legally recognized...


A Beginner’s Guide to Itemized Deductions

In filing your federal tax return, you can decide to go through the itemized deduction channel or standard deduction method. Standard deduction involves some values defined by Uncle...


Tax Implications of Life Insurance

One of the most vital parts of financial planning is life insurance. It is essential for people of a higher age as it helps them ensure their loved ones are in good care once they...


Constructive Receipt of Income

Under the cash method of accounting, not only is income recorded in the year in which it was received, but income is also reported in the year in which it is constructively received.The...


Improving After-tax Returns With Municipal Bonds

Municipal bonds have long been considered suitable for high net worth investors because their yields are generally excluded from federal income tax and, in some cases, state and local...


Understanding Net Interest Income

Net interest income can be referred to as a financial performance that shows the difference between the revenue from the interest-bearing assets of a bank alongside the expenses that...


What Are The Current SBA Loan Rates?

Small Business Loans (SBAs) are among the most popular and reliable ways to get financing for small businesses. As with any financial product, though, loan rates change. What are the...


What Are Estimated Taxes?

Estimated tax is the method some employers use to pay income taxes. When paying income taxes, there are two methods allowed by the IRS; the withholding method or, you guessed it, the...


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