Tax season 2019 is now over and we will be completing extended returns and preparing for 2020 tax season that starts in January.
Because of the continuation of the Covid-19 epidemic, we will be following guidelines from state and local authorities as needed. Clients with masks are welcome in our office to pick up paperwork, and we encourage all questions via email and/or phone conversations.
Our business hours during off-season are:
We check our email and voicemail regularly if you want to leave a message.
3 helpful IRS tools:
Dates of interest for the rest of 2020:
July 15th– Extended deadline of all tax returns for 2019. Payments were also extended to this period, but from this date on the penalty and interest clock starts running.
September 15th– Due date for 3rd quarter estimated payments- Federal and State.
October 15th– Extended deadline of all tax returns that filed an extension before the deadline.
November 3rd– Election day. Illinois will have a tiered tax system on the ballot, and the winners of this election could be changing tax laws in 2021.
December 31st– end of 2020 tax year. IRA contributions can be made up until April 15, 2021.
January 2021- It begins again.
Buenger Accounting has been serving the Granite City and Southwest Illinois area for over 50 years and we take pride in our excellent service, reasonable prices, and extensive tax knowledge and experience. We offer professional tax filing of personal, corporate, partnership, fiduciary, and non-profit federal and state returns. This includes follow-up advice later in the year and planning for 2020. Pricing depends on the complexity of the return.
For employers, we offer 1099 and w-2 filing, as well as payroll tax filings and bookkeeping help all year long. For employees and retirees, we offer help with the confusing new w-4 withholding forms so you don’t end up short at tax time.