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BostonTaxPlanners.com was established with the vision to serve individual and business clients from Greater Boston to southern New Hampshire and the New Hampshire Seacoast with a holistic approach to their current tax preparation needs. We prepare all forms of tax returns: 1040 personal, Corporate S and C, Partnership and Trust returns and all other federal forms as well as State and Multi-State returns.
We can meet in one of our offices or remotely using secure data transfer technologies.
You can call, email or use our online scheduling tools. We offer two meeting locations in Wilmington and Amesbury, Massachusetts. We offer meeting times year-round by appointment Mondays through Fridays from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM and Saturday afternoons.
Our firm offers superior client services and consulting to individuals, professionals, and small/mid-size businesses in: Tax Preparation: Tax Planning Services, Roth IRA Conversion Strategies, Social Security Taxation, Reduction Strategies, Charitable Tax Planning Strategies, Small Business Strategy Development and Expense Reduction. Please contact us for tax preparation and tax planning services. If you just want tax preparation and nothing more, that's ok... give us a call. We will be careful and accurate, and we will provide a good price for great work! If you want preparation and then to start learning and planning for your own tax outcomes, that's where we shine the brightest! Call or e-mail us to get started.
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