Davis Tax Services, LLP

Tax planning, preparation & problem resolution

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Highlights of tax law changes



Does your business need to send 1099's?

If your business paid anybody -- workers, suppliers, landlords -- more than $600 last year, you are required to give them a 1099 form by the end of January and send the forms to the IRS soon afterwards.

We'll gladly prepare the forms for you quite reasonably. There are some substantial penalties for not doing 1099's when they are required. Just contact us for details.

In-person tax appointments temporarily suspended

We have suspended conducting in-person tax appointments, in consideration of the CDC's "stay home" tax guidance to slow the spread of coronavirus.

We will continue to prepare and file tax returns during this turbulent time. Thankfully, current technology gives us easy options to serve taxpayers.

To provide your tax documents to us, you may:

  1. Upload electronic documents (PDF, etc) to our secure online file space. (Email us for details)
  2. Place paper documents in the black lockbox next to my office door (drop slot in the top, under the flap).
  3. Snail mail paper documents to our office.

You can also email documents, although that method is not secure. If you don't have a scanner, you can photograph documents with a smartphone.

Connect with me

  1. Email: forrest @ davis-tax .com
  2. Phone: (520) 393-8813 (Be aware that with the phone volume during tax season, this is not always the easiest way to reach me.)
  3. Text (new): (520) 477-8755
  4. On Zoom, Skype or Google Hangouts

Thank you for your patience and cooperation through this turbulent time.

Gotta get it together?

Need a tax organizer to help pull everything together for tax time?

Visit our resources page for helpful worksheets.

You may also want to look at the Investopedia.com article 10 Steps To Tax Preparation

Call or email now for your tax appointment. Weekday, evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience.

Reminder: Quarterly estimated taxes due 1/15

If you make quarterly estimated tax payments, remember that the 4th quarter payment is due Jan. 15. For federal, mail to:

    Internal Revenue Service
    P.O. Box 802502
    Cincinnati, OH 45280-2502

Or, pay online at https://www.irs.gov/payments

Instructions and voucher forms are available from the IRS website.

Mail state estimated payments to:

    Arizona Department of Revenue
    PO Box 29085
    Phoenix, AZ 85038-9085

Or pay online at https://aztaxes.gov