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We Provide Solutions


We provide complete tax services for individuals and businesses that help our clients overcome their tax challenges.

We understand that life is unpredictable. Our tax expertise and experiences will tailor to your specific circumstance to present you with a solution to generate success.

Our experienced team we specialize in Federal and State taxes, so you can trust Instant Tax Group & Associates Services for all of the following:

  • Federal tax preparation and filing

  • State tax return preparation and filing

  • FBAR filing (Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts)

  • Past-due tax returns from prior years

  • Year-round audit support

  • Free extension filing

  • Tax consulting and advice

  • Local and States tax return preparation 

  • Notary Public


Your personal tax professional will prepare your return, and provide a personal consultation if needed.

Consultations are conducted via phone or video conference .

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  • Payroll

  • Bookkeeping

  • Healthcare

  • Tax Protection Plus




It’s Important to Review Earn Income Tax Credit Eligibility

  • Taxpayers who worked and earned less than $53,930 may qualify.  

  • Filers should review EITC eligibility rules if their household income or family situation has changed. They may qualify for EITC this year, even if they didn’t in the past. 

  • Taxpayers must file a federal income tax return claiming the credit.  This is true even if a taxpayer isn’t otherwise required to file a tax return.

Taxpayers Should Understand the Rules Before They Claim EITC 

  • Taxpayers who are married and file a separate return don’t qualify for the EITC.

  • Filers must have a Social Security number valid for employment for themselves, their spouse if they’re married, and any qualifying child listed on their tax return.

  • Taxpayers must have earned income. This may include earnings from working for someone else as an employee or being self-employed.

  • Filers may be married or single, and with or without qualifying children to qualify. For a child to qualify, they must have lived with the taxpayer for more than six months in 2017. In addition, the child must meet the age, residency, relationship and joint return rules to qualify. Filers who don’t have children must also meet the age, residency and dependency rules.

  • U.S. Armed Forces members serving in a combat zone have special rules that apply.  

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