With Help from Our Insurance and Tax Professionals
Managing your taxes can be a time-consuming and complicated process. Luckily, the team at First Coast Insurance & Tax Service is here to help you in whatever way we can. With our assistance, you will never again have to spend hours of free time straightening out your tax situation. Contact us today to arrange an initial consultation.
Our IRS e-filing system provides proof of receipt within 48 hours after your tax return has been filed. You would never receive such a prompt response by using the traditional paper filing method.
At First Coast Insurance & Tax Service, we utilize a convenient and efficient e-filing service to ensure prompt returns and refunds every time. With this method, you will receive your tax refund in half the time it would normally take with a traditional paper filing method. Not even direct deposit options are as fast as our e-filing services.
Accurate Tax Filing
With our patented IRS e-filing computer system, we can quickly check for errors or missing information in your tax return. If information needs to be corrected or re-submitted, we will let you know about it right away so it can be fixed without any delays. This way, you can enjoy error-free returns and greatly reduce the likelihood of receiving an error notice from the IRS.
File Now, Pay Later
If you have an outstanding balance due when you e-file your 1040 form with us, you can pay this amount in two ways. The Direct Debit option allows you to transfer funds from your checking or savings account at an agreed-upon date and time. With this easy, one-step, paperless method of tax filing, you can take care of your tax situation now and authorize payment later (as late as April 15th). Your second payment option is a traditional credit card payment method (either MasterCard™, American Express™, Discover™, or Novus™). Simply call 1-888-2PAY-TAX, follow the voice prompts, and pay with your credit card at the end of the call. Please be aware, however, that there is a slight convenience fee attached to this method.