Acc-U-Rite.......more than just taxes!
OFFICE HOURS & FILING INFORMATION
Tax Year 2016 Electronic Filing begins January 23rd 2017
Please take note; While all returns can be e-filed on the 23rd, the IRS has mandated that any return containing the Earned income Credit or the Additional Child Tax Credit will have any refund held and not released until at least February 15th 2017.
Tax Season hours (January 23rd through April 18th, 2017)
- Monday through Friday 9am** to 8pm
- Saturday 9am** to 5pm
- Closed on Sunday
**Doors open at 8am. Tax preparation begins by 9am as preparers become available.
Non-Tax Season hours - (Resume on April 19th, 2017)
- Monday through Friday 9am to 5pm
- Evening hours to 6pm available by appointment only.
- Appointments are required for all services after April 15th
- Saturday- Closed
- Sunday- Closed
- Other evening hours, for financial or investment services* only, available by appointment.
*These services are offered by Paul Wickert and Jason Rose through their affiliation with H.D. Vest Investment ServicesSM and H.D.Vest Advisory ServicesSM.
Acc-U-Rite Tax Service Inc. is not a registered broker/dealer or independent investment advisory firm.
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