Pricing

Pricing

Most returns – $ 150 |  150,000 South Korean Won

Discounts for filing multiple (past due) returns

 

The amount of work needed to complete a tax return varies from person to person, but we always give upfront pricing.

 

We are able to offer such great prices because we keep our overhead low. But the one thing we do spend a lot of is time – time to make sure your return done right, and all the time needed to patiently answer all your questions.

 

Our fees also include free tax and financial advice for the remainder of the year. We’ll take care of anything that needs to be done if you get a desk audit for no extra charge. And a portion of your fee gets donated to charity, our current favorite being Allen’s late uncle’s scholarship fund – “The Ronald Pump Endowed Scholarship Fund for the Columbian College of Arts and Science” at George Washington University.

 

Standard Return

This includes what most people need

$150  | 150,000 South Korean Won

 

This includes Form 1040, Schedule A, Schedule B, Form 2555-EZ, and Form 8965.

The standard return is what most people need. It is for taxpayer’s who’s main source of income is their salary.

 

$150  | 150,000 South Korean Won

 

This includes Form 1040, Schedule A, Schedule B, Form 2555-EZ, and Form 8965.

The standard return is what most people need. It is for taxpayer’s who’s main source of income is their salary.

 

Foreign Bank Account Report  |  $25.00  | 25,000 South Korean Won

Commonly known as an FBAR, this report is required to be filed if at any time you have had $10,000 US dollars or more in an account with a foreign financial institution such as a bank or a brokerage firm. It doesn’t matter if your balance was only briefly over $10,000, it doesn’t matter if the money in your account wasn’t all yours, an FBAR is still needs to be filed.

 

Extension for new Expats |  $50.00  | 50,000 South Korean Won

If you have recently moved abroad and have not yet filed a tax return, you will almost certainly need to file a special extension in order to avoid paying US federal taxes on your overseas salary. We’ll explain all the tax benefits of living and working overseas and will help you develop a comprehensive tax plan as part of our standard service.

 

Stock sales, mutual fund sales, and other security sales – per each Form 8949 |  $60.00  | 60,000 South Korean Won

Up to 14 short term sales and up to 14 long term sales can be reported on a single form. (Short term sales are for securities owned less than one year, long term sales are for securities owned more than one year.)

There is no extra charge to file the accompanying Schedule D.

 

Rental Property – per each Schedule E |  $60.00  | 60,000 South Korean Won

Up to 3 properties can be filed on each schedule E.

 

Additional Fees

Charged at an hourly rate

 

Specialty Tax, Audit, or Accounting Service

Professional hourly rate  |  $125.00 per hour

Up front estimates will always be given. A retainer is payable in advance, billed in 15 minute increments. Any unused portion of a retainer will of course be refunded in full.

 

A note on our pricing policy

Have you ever gone to pick up your car at the mechanic’s only to be surprised by “extra” work that needed to be done? Have you ever seen a bill from an attorney for thousands of dollars PLUS $0.75 for photocopies? We hate those kinds of things, and we’re sure you do too. That’s why our general policy is to always be honest, up front, and reasonable.

We offer fantastic service and great rates for a reason – we want to be your business partner for life. Please compare our rates and look at all the great feedback we get on our Face Book group – The Tax Man at

https://www.facebook.com/groups/269497076542670/

Prices are subject to change without prior notice.