DeafTax.com provides you with quick and professional tax preparation services while communicating with ASL through the videophone with you at your home.
We have served thousands of Deaf Tax clients all over the U.S. through this process.You have the option of getting your tax return forms in either print or electronic format.
After your tax returns are completed, you can elect to receive tax planning advice and information from personal calls, e-newsletters, and workshops throughout the year.
We are available all-year around to assist you with additional tax issues that you may face.
We offer Federal and State income tax preparation services for all types of personal and professional income tax returns ranging from individuals, married couples to businesses such as non-profits, corporations and trust in the U.S. Our partners have over 20 years of tax preparation experience, received training through IRS VITA program and possess specialized financial training, licensing and education credentials.
With our Audit Protection Plan we’ll protect you from ever having to deal with the tax authorities by yourself in case you get a notice from the IRS. And if you are ever summoned to meet with an IRS agent in person, we’ll attend on your behalf!
As experts in Schedule C filing and also as consumers of ASL interpreting services, we understanding exactly what needs to be done to reduce your tax bill and file your tax return correctly with both IRS and State tax agencies. If you have a LLC or Corporate tax return, we can help also. For hearing Interpreters who do not have access to a FCC-mandated videophone, we have Facetime and Facebook video available to talk with you in ASL along with using email for written communication.
The “Financial Handbook for Interpreters and Interpreting Agencies, 1st Edition” is now available to ASL interpreters and CDI’s who are self-employed as freelance interpreters and also those who are small agency owners. The objective of this handbook is to provide a reference guide for answers to common tax questions asked by interpreters along with explanations and examples of the financial reporting information needed to effectively operate your business.
Purchase the Interpreter Financial Handbook for just $10!
If you’re a Deaf Driver working for Uber, Lyft, DoorDash, Postmates, FedEx, UPS or any other self-employed contractor position that requires you to drive a vehicle on the job. Since Deaf Driver jobs have exploded in the last few years, we have worked with many Deaf Drivers to reduce their tax bill and submit Schedule C tax forms with their personal tax return for both Federal and State filing. We will help you figure out all the expenses including mileage, use of home office and others that you may not know about!
Our professional bookkeeping service keeps track of your business or personal accounting through Quickbooks (TM) online. We will help you gain clarity on your business, nonprofit or personal finances are doing. Deaftax.com will work with you through the Quickbooks Online platform to monitor monthly income, expenses and financial reporting. One-on-one training and set-up services are included in the bookkeeping packages.
Are you thinking about starting a nonprofit? Maybe you were just elected as a Treasurer or President of your local or State Deaf Association? Nonprofit status requires constant upkeep and filing of Federal and State tax returns, preparing quarterly or annual financial reports for members and officers, coordinating and reporting fundraising or donations from the public all which require timely reporting to comply with IRS nonprofit regulations.
Does your State Association need guidance on any of these activities? We can help your organization comply with IRS regulations and support the Deaf community.
Many Deaf taxpayers rely on the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program to get ‘free’ tax preparation service. However, in many situations, Deaf taxpayers may not quality for VITA services. What’s more, the IRS relies on volunteers to prepare your tax return. Those volunteers may not know ASL or have the tax preparation experience needed to prepare your tax return correctly. Lastly, the IRS does not offer follow-up service or Audit Protection Plan to make sure your tax returns are followed upon after Tax season is over.
The DeafTax.com criteria for Low Income Tax Service (LITS) follows as:
- Must be simple tax return – 1040EZ
- No additional forms – Schedule C, D, E, F or K-1 and others
- No multi-state returns
- Total Income must be less than $45,000
- 1040EZ Form (Line 4)
- 1040A Form (Line 15)
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Our prices are usually lower than large-block tax retailers because we are a small Deaf-owned company focused only on the U.S. Deaf community. We don’t have large advertising campaigns on TV or hundreds of tax preparation locations. We rely on speed, personal service and communication in ASL to set DeafTax.com apart from the competition. Our prices are based on flat-rate and hourly rates that are very affordable even when compared to others.
All our staff are Deaf and fluent in ASL. All our tax preparers have at minimum BA/BS degrees in Accounting, Business, Economics or Finance. Both DeafTax.com partners have MBAs compared to anyone who can work at large-block retailer with very little training or education.
Our experience and expertise makes it possible to complete your tax return quickly and accurately. With our tax preparation service, we offer Audit Protection Plans to any Federal or State tax notices that may require you to pay hundreds or thousands of dollars in additional taxes. Our Audit Protection Plan takes off your pressure of communicating with the IRS — we handle all of the contact with the tax authorities from start to finish, ensuring that the case is resolved as early as possible.