1040 Tax Service

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1040 Tax Service
1040 Tax Service is listed in the Tax Return Preparation & Filing category in Mesa, Arizona. Displayed below is the only current social network for 1040 Tax Service which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of 1040 Tax Service on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 64.

Contact information for 1040 Tax Service is:
5550 E Mckellips Rd
Mesa, AZ 85215
(480) 985-1040

"1040 Tax Service" - ZapScore Report

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1040 Tax Service has an overall ZapScore of 64. This means that 1040 Tax Service has a higher ZapScore than 64% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Mesa, Arizona is 42 and in the Tax Return Preparation & Filing category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore

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The Arizona Department of Revenue announced today that corrected 1099-G forms have been printed and will be mailed out on Monday, February 6th. Any taxpayer who received an incorrect 1099-G from the Arizona Department of Revenue in January should destroy the form. The correct form has the word CORRECTED located in the upper right side of the form in red. This matter does not impact anyone who did not itemize deductions on the federal return and did not receive an Arizona state income tax refund in 2016 for tax year 2015 or earlier. The 1099-G serves as a confirmation of the previous year's state tax refund. However, taxpayers can still file their federal and state tax returns if they have access to their previous year's return, which contains the same refund information as the 1099-G. For updates and further information, taxpayers are encouraged to go to: www.azdor.gov or email the department at: 1099G@azdor.gov

Phishing Scam targets users of Quickbooks software Scammers are circulating an email alert supposedly about the accounting software Quickbooks. An email, with the subject line "Quickbooks Support: Change Request." The message is "confirming" that you changed your business name with Intuit, Quickbooks' manufacturer. A link is provided within the email. The link may download malware to your computer. The article, written by Emily Valla, was published in the Idaho Statesman on January 13 2017.

Effective January 1, 2017, the Arizona Department of Revenue (ADOR) will become the single point of administration and collection of transaction privilege tax (TPT). ADOR is also administering the TPT license renewal for all jurisdictions for calendar year 2017. Taxpayers will experience standardized business and deduction codes across all jurisdictions.

The Internal Revenue Service has announced the 2017 Mileage rates. Beginning January 1, 2017, the standard mileage rates are: 53.5 cents per mile for business miles driven. 17.0 cents per mile for medical miles or moving miles. 14.0 cents per mile driven in service of charitable organizations. Fixed by law. Now is a great time to total your 2016 business miles from your mileage log. Your tax professional will want to know the following information: 1) Beginning of the year odometer reading. 2) End of the year odometer reading. 3) Business miles driven during the year. 4) Medical miles driven during the year. 5) Interest paid on your vehicle utilized by your business. 6) Auto license fees paid, by vehicle, during the year. ServiceArizona.com provides this information for free. Click on the Vehicle Fee Recap. The above information is required for each vehicle utilized for business during the year. Questions or concerns ? Email my office.

The Social Security Administration (SSA) recently announced that the maximum earnings subject to the Social Security component of the FICA tax will increase from $118,500 to $127,200 for 2017. This means that for 2017, the maximum Social Security tax that employers and employees will each pay is $7,886.40 ($127,200 x 6.2%). A self-employed person with at least $127,200 in net self-employment earnings will pay $15,772.80 ($127,200 x 12.40%) for the Social Security part of the self-employment tax. The Medicare component remains 1.45% of all earnings, and individuals with earned income of more than $200,000 ($250,000 for married couples filing jointly) will pay an additional 0.9% in Medicare taxes.