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I have just gotten my efin. Would it be legal to complete itemized

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I have just gotten my efin. Would it be legal to complete itemized returns for clients and not efile until Feb 14th. Or would you recommend preparing and sending on that date. Im just trying to geta small jump on tax prep before the 14th.

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With your clients' consent you can do as you ask. Without their consent you cannot. Also, do not invoice for your services in advance although you can request a "deposit". Please remember to get your PTIN up to date or efiles will be rejected. Additionally, NY does not permit you to charge for efiling.

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

I thought it was best to wait until Feb 14th. No charge for NY or FED efile correct?


This is my understanding as well

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Any way you can give me an idea of fees charged for an itemized return, sch A, Mort Int, RE taxes couple items on a 2106 and the NYS return.

I am in Binghamton, NY and my location may have differing fees than yours. I also work quickly having been at this for over 40 years. I charge by the hour and my rate is $250 per hour. I just completed a simple return for a friend who was called up for active duty a bit over a year ago. Because of his situation I charged only $125 - normally would be about $200.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

itemized would be?


sch E 2 properties


sch C


just curious

About $500 depending on the condition of the clients records. Less complete = a higher fee.
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Is that a quote for all of the above


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