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April 15th IRS Taxes DueIncome Tax time can be stressful, but you can avoid the stress by bringing your taxes to E & K Tax Service in Taylor, Michigan. Here are a few of the reasons you should trust your Income Tax preparation and filing to us.

  • No Up-Front $$ Needed!
  • No Hidden Fees!
  • 13 Years In Business
  • Over 20,000 Satisfied Clients!
  • Professionals With Over 75 Years Of Combined Experience!
  • We WILL Get You The Largest Legal Refund Possible

Our Guarantee:

We offer a Money Back Guarantee if you are unhappy with your refund,  our price or service.

Your State and Federal Income Taxes are due to be filed by April 15.

File Early for the Fastest Refund!

Certified Tax Return Preparers

Our Professional Service is 100% GuaranteedIn 2010 the IRS implemented new designations and qualification requirements for Registered Tax Return Preparers. The new rules apply to all tax return preparers who complete tax returns for hire.

The rules include:

  • Registration with the IRS to obtain a Preparer Tax Identification Number or PTIN
  • Finger printing and a background check
  • Completing and passing the new Registered Tax Return Preparer Competency Exam
  • Continuing Education requirements

At E & K Tax Service, all our income tax return preparers are in full compliance with the new IRS rules. You can be assured that your return is prepared by qualified professionals and that we will get you the largest legal refund possible. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed.


Don’t Miss Important Tax Deductions

Should you itemize your deductions or to use the standard deduction? E & K Tax Service can help you decide. Sometimes the standard deduction will get you the best refund, but don’t miss out on a bigger refund using itemized deductions if you qualify.

Some area of expenses, taxes, and contributions that may be deductible as Itemized Deductions are:

  • Medical and Dental Expenses above certain limits
  • Deductible Taxes including sales taxes, property taxes, and qualified automobile taxes.
  • Home Mortgage Points associated with buying a home
  • Interest Expense like home mortgage interest
  • Charitable Contributions including gifts to your church or¬†synagogue
  • Miscellaneous Expenses
  • Business Use of Home
  • Business Use of Car Topic
  • Business Travel Expenses
  • Business Entertainment Expenses
  • Educational Expenses
  • Employee Business Expenses
  • Casualty, Disaster, and Theft Losses (Including Federally Declared Disaster Areas)