From the smallest 1040 tax return to providing accounting services to companies with annual revenue streams, allow Rose Tax & Financial to provide complete and transparent assistance for all your accounting needs.
While serving both individual clients and businesses, my reputation has been built on reliability and individual customer relations. By providing high standards of excellence, former clients know that I am committed to their success through planning and insight. Regardless of your situation, there are ways to reach maximum efficiency for your business with specialized accounting services. I can help you achieve these goals by providing customized accounting and tax solutions.
Being a mother of two, it was imperative that I named the company after my first born daughter “Rose” – My greatest gift. I must say that my children truly make me a better person and I take much pride in all that I do because of them.
Soon after graduating from Norfolk State University with a BA in Accountancy, I started Rose Tax Financial to help fellow business owners handle their tax prep. In addition to tax help, I provide grant and loan application assistance for small businesses. I strive to be your local one-stop-shop for any company needs. A guru of all things business!
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The deadline for filing your 2020 Federal Tax Return is Thurssday, April 15, 2021. Your envelope must be postmarked by 11:59pm on that day.
Generally, it takes an average American taxpayer 11 hours to prepare their taxes according to the IRS. Record keeping, tax planning, form submissions and other related activities are considered when calculating this time.
Of course, it can take much longer depending on the complexity of your return. Individuals who are self-employed or have multiple streams of income can expect to spend more time on their returns. Please allow up to 7-14 business days for tax preparation services due to the new tax laws and IRS processing delays.
To claim your child as your dependent, your child must meet either the qualifying child test or the qualifying relative test:
In addition to meeting the qualifying child or qualifying relative test, you can claim that person as a dependent only if these three tests are met: