Tax Shops

Are there any tax shops out there that do not require a bank product or refund deposit? Please name the MSC only and not the client.

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Why? They cover the cost of the bank product and/or refund (deposit? transfer?) thing.

I haven't looked at all the details (because I've already done my taxes), but I've seen them with Marketforce, SeeLevel, and on PrestoInstaShops.
cease, I found Tax Dude on a shop last year. He was awesome. The bank that I shopped last year is not participating this year. I had my taxes done yesterday by him, and I was pleased with the outcome.

Because he did my taxes, and I am getting an electronic refund, I want to have my taxes done again, this time for the fee. I want to act as if I am going to mail in the documents.

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@HonnyBrown wrote:

cease, I found Tax Dude on a shop last year. He was awesome. The bank that I shopped last year is not participating this year. I had my taxes done yesterday by him, and I was pleased with the outcome.

Because he did my taxes, and I am getting an electronic refund, I want to have my taxes done again, this time for the fee. I want to act as if I am going to mail in the documents.

All tax shops I have seen require you to actually file with the tax professional.

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I want to have my taxes (re)done. I don't want to do the electronic refund. I want a shop where I can mail my documents to the IRS. I solely want the shop fee.

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 02/11/2019 03:32AM by HonnyBrown.
I'm sorry, I'm totally confused. You said Tax Dude did a great job on your taxes, and you already filed? And you're already getting a refund?

BARE has shops where you do NOT file. Marketforce has ones where you must file (and must have W-2 income) (and you must have XXXX$ in refund).

And they bonus quite nicely (speaking from personal experience).
If you're trying to have a paper return prepared, as a work-around to receiving the fee for a return that has already been e-filed, that would seem to be duplicitous. I readily admit I am not familiar with the guidelines.
The shops that I have seen thus far require a refund using a bank product. Since I am not eligible for that, having already filed, I want to go through the motions solely for the shop fee.

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Frankly, I've never seen one that gives you the option to say "Oh, I just want to mail it in".

And I've been doing the tax shops for years.
They are out there. I just have to find one.

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Found it, got it, doing it on Sunday!

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@HonnyBrown wrote:

Found it, got it, doing it on Sunday!

Since the client isn't named can you please provide the MSC? I've never seen a shop like this but might be interested if the pay is right.

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Check Kern scheduling. The pay is nowhere as high as the bank refund shops, but it's still pretty good.

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Mert, for the shops that involve getting a refund, the bank is the client.

For the shops that just involve the service of getting taxes done, the chain preparer is the client.

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