File Your Business Tax Return With Ease.

Eliminate the hassle. Work with a tax professional.

IncFile.com has teamed up with an accredited certified public accounting firm that specializes with small business owners nationwide to help you with your tax filing needs this coming tax season.

Since tax season is right around the corner, we wanted to give you access to a CPA to get your personal and business tax returns prepared professionally. If you have a Partnership, S-Corporation or a C-Corporation you will have to file a business tax return regardless of whether you have any activity or not in 2015. Those of you who have one owner LLC’s might have a filing requirement for the business as well, but that depends on whether you had activity in 2015 and some states required some form of filing regardless of inactivity.

Tax Return Due Dates

March 15 2016

  • S-Corporations
  • C-Corporations

April 18 2016

  • One Owner LLC
  • Partnerships
  • Personal 1040
  • Multi- Member LLC

Simple and affordable pricing. No hidden fees.

Business Tax Return


$299 Zero-Income Tax Return
(no activity to report)

Personal Tax Return


1040 Tax Return
($250 if you don’t have a state return)

15% combined discount if you have both your Business and Personal returns prepared.

What are the benefits?

Ease the burden

Some tax returns can be complicated. A small-business owner who itemizes his deductions has to complete and file IRS 1040, Schedule A, Schedule C and Schedule SE, among other forms.

Professional Tax Advice

The tax rules are complicated. Before you can use a deduction or credit, you must qualify for it. A tax professional can help find deductions and credits for which you qualify for, and can give advice on certain tax issues.

Reduce Errors

While we are all human and not perfect, the chances of making a simple mistake on a return are reduced when you use a professional tax service.

Avoid Adverse Consequences

When you sign the end of your tax return, you declare that the information is true and accurate to the best of your knowledge. If the IRS audits your return and finds errors, you could face potentially serious legal consequences. Having a professional prepare your tax return adds a little safeguard to potential liability.

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