Trustaxx Inc.

Trustaxx Inc. "Dependable Tax Service Solutions" Trustaxx is a family owed and operated business ran locally in San Antonio, Texas. The company has been in service since 2011 and has grown over the years to five convenient locations around the city.
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Trustaxx offers a wide array of services which include Federal Tax Preparation for both Individual and Business along with separate state Returns, Bookkeeping, IRS Audit Representation, Notary Public, and Payroll Services.

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Come in today to apply for a cash advance! Bring your W-2's or last paycheck stub from 2020. You can have cash in your b...
01/18/2021

Come in today to apply for a cash advance! Bring your W-2's or last paycheck stub from 2020. You can have cash in your bank account in 24-48 hours! Call us at 210-523-8299 or visit our website at Trusttaxx.com to schedule an appointment.

01/15/2021

Good afternoon friends and family! Tax season is here and there are plenty of key dates to mark down in your calendar. Per the IRS website,
"The Internal Revenue Service announced that the nation's tax season will start on Friday, February 12, 2021, when the tax agency will begin accepting and processing 2020 tax year returns. The February 12 start date for individual tax return filers allows the IRS time to do additional programming and testing of IRS systems following the December 27 tax law changes that provided a second round of Economic Impact Payments and other benefits."

A taxpayer can still file their taxes with us and we will submit them to the IRS where they will stay until the processing date. Please contact our offices for more information.

12/09/2020

We are now hiring for full time and part time seasonal tax preparer. No experience is necessary. Please see the flyer for further details. We look forward to meeting you and have a Happy holidays!

03/29/2020

Dear Trustaxx Clients,

As the Covid-19 pandemic continues to evolve, we want to help provide you with up to date information regarding the Coronavirus stimulus Bill that was recently signed. We are committed to maintain the health and safety of our customers, employees and communities during this difficult time. Due to rapid spread of Covid-19, effective immediately we will be closing all our sub offices and moving all operations to the Corporate office on Bandera and 410. If you have any questions in regards to your personal or business tax returns, please contact us at 210-523-8299 between the hours 10am-7pm Mon-Fri.

Thank you for your understanding and take care.

Hey everyone! Tax Season is in full effect. Come in and file your taxes and apply for a 6000.00 advance. Call any one of...
02/10/2020

Hey everyone! Tax Season is in full effect. Come in and file your taxes and apply for a 6000.00 advance. Call any one of our four office to learn about the offer!

12/09/2019

We are now Hiring! Please see the flyer for details!

02/13/2019
Dont Pay High Preparation Fee's

Tax Season is in full swing and with the major chages to the tax code it is easy to get tricked into paying higher fees for less work done on your tax return. Come in to any one of our 5 conveniant locations around San Antonio to help explain every change effecting your refund. Call today for a quote!
Bandera Corprotate Office Phone Number - 210-523-8299

Good afternoon everyone! Tax season is upon us and so is a government shut down! But you don't have to wait to get your ...
01/13/2019

Good afternoon everyone! Tax season is upon us and so is a government shut down! But you don't have to wait to get your tax refund. Come into any one of our 5 locations to apply for a cash advance up 6000$! We will be offering the advances till January 28th, so come in today and walk out with a check!

04/11/2018

The Tax deadline is April 17th, 2018. If you need additional time to file your tax return, come in to one of our offices to complete Form 4868 to extend your filing time till October 17th.

02/16/2018

The IRS reminds taxpayers to avoid the rush. As with previous years, the agency expects taxpayers to submit a surge of tax returns during the upcoming Presidents Day weekend. Here are some tips and resources to get taxpayers the help that they need.

Go online. IRS.gov has several online tools to help taxpayers get fast answers to common tax questions:
-Interactive Tax Assistant
-Tax Topics
-Frequently Asked Questions
-Tax Trails
-IRS Tax Map

Use Where’s My Refund? to track refunds.
The IRS issues most refunds in less than 21 days. IRS customer service representatives cannot answer refund questions until after this 21-day period. Taxpayers can track their refund anytime by using “Where’s My Refund?” They’ll find this tool on IRS.gov and the IRS2Go app. As an alternative, taxpayers can also call the automated IRS refund hotline at 800-829-1954.
Know how to validate identity. Taxpayers who call the IRS with questions about their account should be ready to verify their identity. IRS telephone assistors may ask a series of questions to authenticate the identity of callers. Many of the answers to these questions come from the taxpayer’s prior year tax return.

01/30/2018

IRS Announces 2018 Tax Filing Season Opens Today Jan 29,2018.

Today marked the beginning of the nation’s tax season, the Internal Revenue Service issued out a statement expressing today that it successfully started accepting and processing 2017 federal individual income tax returns. More than 155 million returns are expected to be filed this year.

People have until Tuesday, April 17, 2018, to file their 2017 returns and pay any taxes due. The filing tax deadline is later this year due to several factors. The usual April 15 deadline falls on Sunday this year, which would normally give taxpayers until at least the following Monday. However, Emancipation Day, a Washington, D.C., holiday, is observed on Monday, April 16, giving taxpayers nationwide an additional day to file. By law, Washington holidays impact tax deadlines for everyone in the same way federal holidays do. Taxpayers requesting an extension will have until Monday, Oct. 15, 2018, to file.

01/19/2018

IRS Urges Travelers Requiring Passports to Pay Their Back Taxes or Enter into Payment Agreements; People Owing $51,000 or More Covered

The Internal Revenue Service today strongly encouraged taxpayers who are seriously behind on their taxes to pay what they owe or enter into a payment agreement with the IRS to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy.

This month, the IRS will begin implementation of new procedures affecting individuals with “seriously delinquent tax debts.” These new procedures implement provisions of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, signed into law in December 2015. The FAST Act requires the IRS to notify the State Department of taxpayers the IRS has certified as owing a seriously delinquent tax debt. See Notice 2018-1. The FAST Act also requires the State Department to deny their passport application or deny renewal of their passport. In some cases, the State Department may revoke their passport.

Taxpayers affected by this law are those with a seriously delinquent tax debt. A taxpayer with a seriously delinquent tax debt is generally someone who owes the IRS more than $51,000 in back taxes, penalties and interest for which the IRS has filed a Notice of Federal Tax Lien and the period to challenge it has expired or the IRS has issued a levy.

There are several ways taxpayers can avoid having the IRS notify the State Department of their seriously delinquent tax debt. They include the following:

-Paying the tax debt in full
-Paying the tax debt timely under an approved installment
agreement,
-Paying the tax debt timely under an accepted offer in
compromise,
-Paying the tax debt timely under the terms of a settlement
agreement with the Department of Justice,
-Having requested or have a pending collection due process
appeal with a levy, or
-Having collection suspended because a taxpayer has made an
innocent spouse election or requested innocent spouse relief.

A passport won’t be at risk under this program for any taxpayer:

-Who is in bankruptcy
-Who is identified by the IRS as a victim of tax-related identity
theft
-Whose account the IRS has determined is currently not
collectible due to hardship
-Who is located within a federally declared disaster area
-Who has a request pending with the IRS for an installment
agreement
-Who has a pending offer in compromise with the IRS
-Who has an IRS accepted adjustment that will satisfy the debt
in full
-For taxpayers serving in a combat zone who owe a seriously
delinquent tax debt, the IRS postpones notifying the State Department and the individual’s passport is not subject to denial during this time.

In general, taxpayers behind on their tax obligations should come forward and pay what they owe or enter into a payment plan with the IRS. Frequently, taxpayers qualify for one of several relief programs, including the following Taxpayers can request a payment agreement with the IRS by filing Form 9465. Taxpayers can download this form from IRS.gov and mail it along with a tax return, bill or notice. Some taxpayers can use the online payment agreement to set up a monthly payment agreement for up to 72 months.

2018 Tax Filing Season Begins Jan. 29, Tax Returns Due April 17; Help Available for TaxpayersIR-2018-01, Jan. 04, 2018  ...
01/04/2018
Steps for Tax Filing Season | Internal Revenue Service

2018 Tax Filing Season Begins Jan. 29, Tax Returns Due April 17; Help Available for Taxpayers

IR-2018-01, Jan. 04, 2018

WASHINGTON ― The Internal Revenue Service announced today that the nation’s tax season will begin Monday, Jan. 29, 2018 and reminded taxpayers claiming certain tax credits that refunds won’t be available before late February.

The IRS will begin accepting tax returns on Jan. 29, with nearly 155 million individual tax returns expected to be filed in 2018. The nation’s tax deadline will be April 17 this year – so taxpayers will have two additional days to file beyond April 15.

The IRS reminds taxpayers that, by law, the IRS cannot issue refunds claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and the Additional Child Tax Credit (ACTC) before mid-February. While the IRS will process those returns when received, it cannot issue related refunds before mid-February. The IRS expects the earliest EITC/ACTC related refunds to be available in taxpayer bank accounts or on debit cards starting on Feb. 27, 2018, if they chose direct deposit and there are no other issues with the tax return.

April 17 Filing Deadline
The filing deadline to submit 2017 tax returns is Tuesday, April 17, 2018, rather than the traditional April 15 date. In 2018, April 15 falls on a Sunday, and this would usually move the filing deadline to the following Monday – April 16. However, Emancipation Day – a legal holiday in the District of Columbia – will be observed on that Monday, which pushes the nation’s filing deadline to Tuesday, April 17, 2017. Under the tax law, legal holidays in the District of Columbia affect the filing deadline across the nation.

Get ready today to file your 2017 federal income tax return.

12/24/2017

Trustaxx's Bandera location will be closed Sunday and Monday, December 24 and 25th in observance of Christmas. If you have questions please email us at [email protected]. Thank you and have a wonder holiday!

12/12/2017

Trustaxx is Now Hiring!
Full time and partime positions
Please apply at our Bandera location Monday-Thursday 10am-5pm.
All resumes can be submitted to [email protected].
Call 210-523-8299 for more information.

08/30/2017

Hurricane Harvey victims in parts of Texas have until Jan. 31, 2018, to file certain individual and business tax returns and make certain tax payments, the Internal Revenue Service announced Tuesday.

This includes an additional filing extension for taxpayers with valid extensions that run out on Oct. 16, and businesses with extensions that run out on Sept. 15.

"This has been a devastating storm, and the IRS will move quickly to provide tax relief to hurricane victims," said IRS Commissioner John Koskinen. "The IRS will continue to closely monitor the storm's aftermath, and we anticipate providing additional relief for other affected areas in the near future."

The IRS is now offering this expanded relief to any area designated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), as qualifying for individual assistance. Currently, 18 counties are eligible, but taxpayers in localities added later to the disaster area will automatically receive the same filing and payment relief.

Currently, the following Texas counties are eligible for relief: Aransas, Bee, Brazoria, Calhoun, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Goliad, Harris, Jackson, Kleberg, Liberty, Matagorda, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio, Victoria and Wharton.

07/28/2017

RANDOM TAX FACT

In 1691, England taxed the number of windows on a house. Consequently, houses began to be built with very few windows or people would close up existing windows. When people began to suffer health problems from lack of windows/air, the tax was finally repealed in 1851.

07/26/2017

Trustaxx will now be handling IRS Audit Representation starting August 1st! If you have any questions or receive an IRS letter please call our Bandera location!

04/04/2017
Forms & Pubs

Top IRS Tips to Know about the Home Office Deduction

Taxpayers who use their home for business may be able to deduct expenses for the business use of it. Qualified persons can claim the deduction whether they rent or own their home. Use the simplified method or the regular method to claim a deduction.

Here are six tips to keep in mind about the home office deduction:

1. Regular and Exclusive Use. Generally, taxpayers must use a part of their home regularly and exclusively for business purposes. The part of a home used for business must also be:

A principal place of business, or a place where taxpayers meet clients or customers in the normal course of business, or a separate structure not attached to the home. Examples could include a garage or a studio.

2. Simplified Option (Usually pertains to Sch C) - To use the simplified option, multiply the allowable square footage of the office by a rate of $5. The maximum footage allowed is 300 square feet. This option will save time because it simplifies how to figure and claim the deduction. It will also make it easier to keep records. The rules for claiming a home office deduction remain the same.

3. Regular Method. This method includes certain costs paid for a home. For example, part of the rent for rented homes may qualify. For homeowners, part of the mortgage interest, taxes and utilities paid may qualify. The amount deducted usually depends on the percentage of the home used for business.

4. Deduction Limit. If the gross income from the business use of a home is less than expenses, the deduction for some expenses may be limited.

5. Self-Employed. Taxpayers who are self-employed and choose the regular method should use Form 8829, Expenses for Business Use of Your Home, to figure the amount to deduct. Claim the deduction using either method on Schedule C, Profit or Loss from Business. See the Schedule C instructions for how to report the deduction.

6. Employees. Employees must meet additional rules to claim the deduction. For example, business use must also be for the convenience of the employer. If qualified, claim the deduction on Schedule A, Itemized Deductions.

For more on this topic, see Publication 587, Business Use of Your Home. View, download and print IRS tax forms and publications on IRS.gov/forms anytime.

Annual income tax return filed by citizens or residents of the United States.Related: Instructions for Form 1040, Instructions for 1040 Tax Table, Schedule A (Form 1040), Schedule C (Form 1040)

03/26/2017

Top Adoption Tax Credit Facts to Consider..

Taxpayers who have adopted or tried to adopt a child in 2016 may qualify for a tax credit. Here are ten important things about the adoption credit:

1. The Credit. The credit is nonrefundable, which may reduce taxes owed to zero. If the credit exceeds the tax owed, there is no refund of the additional amount. In addition, if an employer helped pay for the adoption through a written qualified adoption assistance program, that amount may reduce any taxes owed.

2. Maximum Benefit. The maximum adoption tax credit and exclusion for 2016 is $13,460 per child.

3. Credit Carryover. If the credit exceeds the tax owed, taxpayers can carry any unused credit forward. For example, the unused credit in 2016 can reduce taxes for 2017. Use this method for up to five years or until the credit is fully used, whichever comes first.

4. Eligible Child. An eligible child is an individual under age 18 or a person who is physically or mentally unable to care for themselves.

5. Qualified Expenses. Adoption expenses must be reasonable, necessary and directly related to the adoption of the child. Types of expenses may include adoption fees, court costs, attorney fees and travel.

6. Domestic or Foreign Adoptions. Taxpayers can usually claim the credit whether the adoption is domestic or foreign. However, there are different rules regarding the timing of expenses for each type of adoption.

7. Special Needs Child. A special rule may apply if the adoption is of an eligible U.S. child with special needs. Under this special rule, taxpayers can claim the tax credit, even if qualified adoption expenses were not paid.

8. No Double Benefit. In some instances both the tax credit and the exclusion may be claimed but not for the same expenses.

9. Income Limits. The credit and exclusion are subject to income limitations. These may reduce or eliminate the claimable amount..

02/18/2017

***REFUND STATUS UPDATES***
The IRS reminds taxpayers that the most common question taxpayers have about the status of their refund can easily be answered on IRS.gov by visiting the “Where’s My Refund?” tool. “Where’s My Refund?” will be updated Feb. 18 for the vast majority of early filers who claimed the Earned Income Tax Credit and the Additional Child Tax Credit. Before Feb. 18, some taxpayers may see a projected date or a message that indicates the IRS is processing their return. The IRS added that taxpayers should keep in mind that “Where’s My Refund?” is only updated once daily, usually overnight, so there’s no need to check it multiple times per day.

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5714 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX
78238

Opening Hours

Monday 10:00 - 19:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 19:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 19:00
Thursday 10:00 - 19:00
Friday 10:00 - 19:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 11:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(210) 523-8299

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