Blue Springs Tax Preparation & Financial Services
Alliance Financial & Income Tax is a tax preparation and financial services business located in Blue Springs, MO. Our team of experienced enrolled agents offer a broad range of services for business owners, executives, and independent professionals. Alliance Financial prides itself on our affordable, experienced, and friendly services including:
- Business Financial Services
- Debt Freedom Coaching
- Financial Services
- Income Tax Preparation
- Investment Strategies
- Retirement Strategies
- Small Business Services
- Tax Problem Assistance
- Business Tax Preparation
Save yourself the time, energy and hassle by letting us take care of doing your federal tax return and state taxes. Our professional staff can save you money on accounting costs for small business and our professional enrolled agents do all the work for you by analyzing your financial needs quickly, accurately and professionally. An Enrolled Agent (EA) is a federally-authorized tax preparer who has technical taxation expertise and who is empowered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury to represent taxpayers before all administrative levels of the Internal Revenue Service for IRS audit help, collections, and appeals.
The certified tax professionals in our office will ensure you are not overpaying on your taxes with our complete and thorough understanding of the tax laws in processing your tax returns. You do not ever want to be faced with IRS tax problems but if you find yourself in that situation, don’t hesitate to call on us, we can help. Alliance Financial is proud to offer complimentary tax returns for active military personnel.
Call today for a complimentary initial consultation. The sooner you call, the sooner our enrolled agents can get started evaluating your financial situation and saving your hard earned money.
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