For our community safety and wellness, I am complying with NC Governor Cooper’s “Stay @ Home” order, I will not have in-person meetings in my home office effective 5pm, March 30th until April 29th.
Don’t miss out on your Tax Rebate: The Coronavirus Relief Package will be using your 2019 Tax Return to determine if you are eligible for the rebate ($1200 – Single under $75,000; $2400 Married filing Joint/Head of Household under $150,000). 2018 returns will be used if 2019 has not been filed.
Let’s get your 2019 taxes done without an in-person meeting.
1) Drop-off your tax documents: Please notify me if you will be dropping off your taxes. I have a secure container on my front porch for your safety and convenience.
2) Taxes-To-go: Access this App @ www.TaxLadyNC.com. Download onto your Smart Phone – take pictures of your documents and upload. Easy! Click on link below Taxes-To-Go
3) Secure ShareFile: I can send you a link to securely upload your tax documents to a private folder that only you and I can access. Email me at TaxLadyNC@pm.me to get that link.
4) Fax your tax documents to me at 910-939-1398
The filing and payment date for 2019 taxes has been extended without penalties to July 15, 2020.
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