2022 Tax Information

Many thanks for your past patronage. This year it is my pleasure to assist you again in the preparation of your tax returns. This will mark our 83rd year doing business in Bay Ridge. I will go into our dates and hours of operations, procedure for entering and remaining in the office, Alternatives for getting your documents to us, our new price structure, along with listing certain documents we will need to prepare your 2022 tax return. 

The IRS has stated that they will start accepting tax returns on January 30, 2023. We will also start on that date. Monday, January 30th and go through April 18th, 2023.  Our hours are listed below:



Starting - January 30th, 2023

 January 30th to April 12th, 2023
  Monday, Wednesday, and Friday evenings
  6 pm to 8 pm, Saturdays 10am to 4pm 
 April 13th, 14th, & 17th Office will be open 9 am to 8 pm
 April 15th, Saturday Office will be open 10 am to 4 pm
 April 16th, Sunday         Office will be closed
 April 18th, Tuesday         Office will be open 9 am to 7 pm
 April 19th, Wednesday                                   Office will be closed
Open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm to Schedule Appointments for preparation, Drop-Off or Pick Up completed returns.
Closed Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Please call office with any questions before visiting.
Tel: (718)745-6116


 Alternatives to in office preparation: 

1) Drop off at our office during business hours or through our mail slot when we are closed.

2) Mail (Post office, UPS, FedEx) 

3) Secure E-mail 

4) Fax 

5) Secure portal.    

Your completed returns will be returned to you through the following methods:

1) Pickup at our office during business hours.

2) Mail – We use the United States Postal Service only.

3) You can arrange for FedEx if preferable.

4) Email through our Secure Portal.








NOTE: NYS ID Card or driver's license required to file this year


Last year's tax return 

Social Security cards and Birth Certificates for all dependents Purchase and sale information for anything sold during the year 
All other statements of income Donations of property to charity  Donations of money to charity
W-2 forms for wages    IRA year-end statements Volunteer/Business expenses and mileage

1099 forms for interest, dividends, retirement, social security, unemployment, and other income

Medical expenses Amounts paid for higher education form 1098-T
Year-end statements from mutual funds  Records of estimated taxes paid Job-related expenses

K-1 forms from partnerships, corporations, and estates

Property tax statement Investment related expenses
Rental or self-employment income
and expense
1098 forms for mortgage or student loan interest, along with receipts for college tuition

Child care provider's name, address, social security number, and amount paid