PDF Library of Tax Forms

Form 4506-T (Transcript Request)

The first step for us to analyze what records the IRS has on you so we can make sure they are correct.

Form 2848 (IRS Power of Attorney)

This form appoints us as your attorney-in-fact for IRS purposes. You don't have to meet with the IRS agents again.

Form 433-F (Short Form Collection Information Statement for Individuals)

A required financial disclosure form when making offering to pay taxes by making installment payments.

Form 433-A (Collection Information Statement
for Individuals)

A required financial disclosure form when settling personal tax debt.

Form 656 (Offer in Compromise)

Form used to make an offer to settle IRS taxes.

Form 433-B (Collection Information Statement for Businesses)

A required financial disclosure form when settling business tax debt.

Form W-9 (Request for Taxpayer Identification Number)

Independent contractors and other non-employees submit this completed form to their employers.

Form W-4 (Employee Withholding Tax Certificate for IRS)

Employees complete this form to instruct employers as to how to calculate the amount of federal income tax to be withheld.

Form RD-1061 (Georgia Power of Attorney)

This form appoints us as your attorney-in-fact for IRS purposes. You don’t have to meet with the IRS agents again.

Form I-9 (Employment Eligibility
Verification Form)

Employees complete this form and submit to their employer to establish identity and employment authorization of individuals hired in the United States.

Form 1023 (Non-Profit Business Application)

Form 1023 is the form to be used by an entity applying for tax-free status with the IRS.

Form G-4 (Georgia Withholding Certificate)

Employees complete this form to instruct employesr as to how to calculate the amount of state taxes to be withheld from payroll.

Form W-7 (Application for IRS ITIN)

Foreign nationals use this form to apply for an IRS Individual Taxpayer Identification Number, which enables them to file U.S. Tax Returns.

 

Tax Guide Deduction Checklist

Finding every tax deduction for which you qualify is like finding money. Use this checklist to find your deductions for this tax year.

 

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Important Websites

irs.gov

Official website for the Internal Revenue Service which has informative articles and access to forms.

eftps.com

The Electronic Federal Tax Payment System. As part of our payroll service and income tax preparation, we can assist you in making your timely tax deposits.

etax.dor.ga.gov

The Georgia Department of Revenue website contains information and forms regarding state payroll taxes, income taxes, sales taxes, and many other subjects.

gtc.dor.ga.gov

The Georgia Department of Revenue’s secure electronic portal. Our tax services include filing tax returns and reports for you and arranging for your payment of taxes.

dol.state.ga.us

The Georgia Department of Labor website sets out state laws regarding unemployment and allows electronic filing of quarterly unemployment reports and offers help to job hunters as well.

ustaxcourt.gov

The U.S. Tax Court website offers general law information when taxpayers are unable to settle their differences with the IRS and need to take the issue to court. Our lawyers on staff are able to help.