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Online Remote Tax New York Service

Introducing NYC Help Tax, your premier destination for remote tax services online. With a commitment to excellence and innovation, we specialize in providing seamless and efficient tax assistance, all accessible from the comfort of your own home. Whether you’re finalizing real estate transactions, notarizing legal documents, or authenticating business agreements, We are here to streamline the process securely and efficiently. With NYC Help Tax, say goodbye to the hassle of scheduling in-person appointments and hello to seamless online tax services from the comfort of your own home or office.

Convenience

Online tax services offer unparalleled convenience, enabling you to finalize important documents from anywhere with internet access, saving time, eliminating travel hassles, and accommodating busy schedules effortlessly.

Speed

An online tax service offers swift document authentication, bypassing the need for physical travel and lengthy appointment scheduling, ensuring rapid processing and completion, ideal for time-sensitive matters.

Security

Online tax services guarantee security through encrypted platforms, stringent identity verification measures, and digital audit trails, ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of your documents making it secure and easy to use.

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In New York, a notary’s seal adds legal weight to various documents, such as real estate transactions, wills, powers of attorney, and business agreements. Notarization confirms authenticity and helps prevent fraud.

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What Service We Offer

We offer a wide range of remote tax services in New York & the surrounding areas.

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Virtual Tax Preparation

Experience the convenience of virtual tax preparation services with NYC Help Tax. Our expert team navigates your tax needs remotely, offering personalized assistance, thorough guidance, and meticulous attention to detail. From tax planning to filing, trust us to streamline the process while maximizing your returns, all from afar.

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Tax Planning

NYC Help Tax offers comprehensive tax planning services tailored to your financial goals. Our expert advisors analyze your unique situation, devise strategic tax-saving strategies, and provide proactive guidance to optimize your financial position. Trust us to minimize your tax liability and maximize your wealth accumulation efficiently.

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Individual Consultation

NYC Help Tax provides personalized tax individual consultation services to address your specific tax concerns. Our experienced advisors offer expert guidance, tailored solutions, and strategic insights to optimize your tax situation. Whether you need assistance with deductions, credits, or IRS compliance, count on us for expert support tailored to your needs.

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Where do we cover in New York?

NYC Help Tax proudly extends its online remote tax services to every corner of New York, ensuring accessibility and convenience for clients statewide. Whether you’re in the bustling streets of New York City or the serene landscapes of upstate New York, our platform transcends geographical barriers, empowering individuals and businesses alike to authenticate their documents securely and efficiently from any location with internet access. With NYC Help Tax, experience the seamless integration of cutting-edge technology and unwavering commitment to service excellence, no matter where you are in the Empire State.

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IRS Live Updates - May 2024

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IRS warns taxpayers they may be scam victims if they filed for big refunds; misleading advice leads to false claims for Fuel Tax Credit, Sick and Family Leave Credit, household employment taxes

IR-2024-139, May 14, 2024 — The Internal Revenue Service issued a consumer alert today following ongoing concerns about a series of tax scams and inaccurate social media advice that led thousands of taxpayers to file inflated refund claims during the past tax season.

Interest rates remain the same for the third quarter of 2024

IR-2024-138, May 9, 2024 — The Internal Revenue Service today announced that interest rates will remain the same for the calendar quarter beginning July 1, 2024.

IRS: Home improvements could help taxpayers qualify for home energy credits

IR-2024-137, May 9, 2024 — The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that making certain energy efficient updates to their homes could qualify them for home energy credits.

To protect against identity theft, IRS adds additional protections to Centralized Authorization File, Transcript Delivery System; changes designed to protect sensitive tax pro, taxpayer information

IR-2024-136, May 8, 2024 — With identity theft and refund fraud an ongoing concern, the Internal Revenue Service today highlighted additional protections for tax professionals being taken to increase security for the Centralized Authorization File (CAF) program and placed new guidelines on requesting client transcripts by phone.

IRS encourages tax-exempt organizations to file their taxes ahead of May 15 deadline 

IR-2024-135, May 6, 2024 — The Internal Revenue Service encouraged thousands of tax-exempt organizations today to file their taxes ahead of their filing deadline.

Two IRS teams named finalists for Service to America Medals during Public Service Recognition Week; honored for paperless processing, $3.4 billion cryptocurrency seizure

IR-2024-134, May 6, 2024 — To help celebrate this year’s Public Service Recognition Week, the Internal Revenue Service today recognized two IRS teams that reached the finals for the 2024 Samuel J. Heyman Service to America Medals. 

IRS final reminder: Time to claim $1 billion in tax refunds from 2020 expires May 17

IR-2024-133, May 6, 2024 ― The Internal Revenue Service today reminded the 1 million people who didn’t file their tax year 2020 returns they may be eligible for a refund if they file by the May 17 deadline. 

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