About Taxsaver Enterprise Islip NY

TAXSAVER ENTERPRISE COMPANY was founded in 1984 by Michael Lockett. After several years the business has been know for its invaluable service to the community. We have relocated to the mid Suffolk area so that we can service clients from both Suffolk and Nassau while serving in the Hispanic community as well. Our Mission is to insure that “Our Taxpayer Clients pay the lowest legal amount of Income Tax”. We are dedicated to your unique Tax preparation needs. Do not settle for less …….. Utilize our highly qualified Licensed Tax Professionals who are trained to take advantage of all the deductions and credits to which you are entitled. Taxsaver Enterprise supports the Disaster Relief efforts for more information go to:  Disaster Relief (Click Here)

TAXSAVER ENTERPRISE is based and operated in BRENTWOOD, NY.  Since our company opened its doors in 2005, we’ve treated every customer like they were a part of our family. Other companies may offer similar services, but our services are the best, and come with a personal touch.

TAKE THE TAX ADVANTAGE    We’re committed to helping you.

If you’re looking for high quality and personal service, you’ve come to the right place. At TAXSAVER ENTERPRISE we’ll give you the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect and enjoy. We are passionate, collaborative, and committed to your business success, we work with you to learn all we can about your organization, understand your goals at the deepest level, and uncover unexpected opportunities. Taxsaver Enterpr

Our rates are competitive, with no hidden fees. Our employees are friendly and will be there to help you every step of the way.
Call 631-231-4012 today to set up an appointment.

Modernized e-File to Modify Return Processing

In our continuing efforts to strengthen protections against identity theft refund fraud, the IRS will be making some modifications to the way tax returns are processed through Modernized e-File (MeF).  MeF has always used the “Reject and Stop” business rule severity to limit what information is returned in a rejected Acknowledgement.  Starting January 1, 2016, new business logic will be used to further limit the information returned in a reject Acknowledgement in some situations.  This applies only to electronically filed (e-file) 1040 family tax returns.

These measures should not alter your current business models.  Tax returns will continue to be rejected when errors are identified and they will need to be corrected before the tax return can be re-submitted.  On resubmission the tax return may be rejected for additional errors which will need to be corrected.  This correction and re-submission process is no different from what tax preparers currently experience and will continue until the tax return is accepted.  It is anticipated that only a small percentage of tax returns will need to be re-submitted more than once, in order to resolve all of the errors associated with the tax return.

 

Tax Return Preparers can improve the taxpayer experience and minimize the correction process by taking the following actions to protect their clients:

  • Ensure that all documentation necessary to fill out return has been gathered.
  • Submit the taxpayer’s tax return using Forms W-2, W-2G, and 1099-R supplied to the taxpayer by their employer or financial company.  Refrain from using “pay stubs” or “earnings statements” which could cause delays in processing.
  • Insist on identification and documentation of social security and other identification numbers for all taxpayers and dependents.
  • Exercise care in the entry of tax return data into tax return preparation software and carefully check the tax return information before signing the tax return.
  • Don’t submit tax returns claiming dubious items or with altered or suspicious documents.
  • Ask taxpayers if there were problems with last year’s tax return.  If there were, see if the conditions that caused the problems have been corrected or can be avoided this year.
  • Use only other Authorized IRS e-file Providers to perform IRS e-file activities, including but not limited to origination and transmission of electronic submission.  A Provider can print a summary of its e-file application via e-Services at IRS.gov and provide it to other Providers as needed.
  • Cooperate with the IRS’ efforts to monitor Providers and investigate electronic filing fraud and abuse.

Please refer to Publication 1345 Handbook for Authorized IRS e-file Providers of Individual Income Tax Returns and Publication 3112 IRS E-File Application and Participation for additional actions software developers can take to improve the taxpayer experience and minimize the correction process.

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