Tax Preparation

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Tax Filing Checklist

If you’d like to file your federal and state taxes, please review this checklist and then click Get Started to submit your information online. A tax professional will reach out to you to finalize your return before submission.

  • Identity: Photo of state ID or driver’s license, social security number, current address, all dependents names, date of birth, and social security numbers
  • Income documents: W-2, 1099, and/or a summary of business income and expenses
  • Deductions: summary of medical expenses, detailed information on donations (address, date, value)
  • Credits: IRS form 1098, childcare statement from provider, receipts for purchases of solar installations in your home, adoption expenses, amount of IRA contributions
  • Banking information: If eligible for a refund and you would like direct deposit you will need the account number and routing number for your desired financial institution


Federal and State Tax Return Filing
  Current Year Prior Year
Personal Taxes $100.00 $150.00
Business Taxes $175.00 $225.00

Other Tax Services

Amended Tax Return (1040X)
Tax Return Review
COVID-19 Stimulus Bill

Important IRS Updates

The tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020.

Economic Impact Payments

The Economic Impact Payment will be based on your 2019 tax return. If you have not filed for 2019, it will be based on your 2018 return. If you have not filed for either of these years, we recommend filing immediately so that you can claim your EIP benefit.

This is an automatic payment that requires no action on the part of the taxpayer unless you need to update direct deposit or address information with the Internal Revenue Service.

Frequently Asked Questions

Am I eligible for a stimulus check?

Generally, everyone who has filed taxes for 2018 or 2019 or received an SSA-1099 will be screened by the IRS for eligibility. If you have not filed because you did not make enough money, please visit the IRS Economic Impact Payments page to submit your information.

There are a few groups who will not be eligible for this payment:

  • Dependents over the age of 17 (includes students, disabled adults, and dependent parents)
  • Anyone without a social security number
  • People who are in arrears for child support
  • Individuals with an adjusted gross income of $99,000 or more
  • Married couples (filing jointly) with an adjusted gross income of $198,000 or more
  • Dependents born in 2020
  • People who do not file taxes and have not filed for 2018 or 2019 (except SSA-1099 recipients who are not a dependent on another person’s tax return)

How much will my stimulus check be?

We are unable to guarantee any amount for your stimulus check, however, we recommend using this tool to estimate your payment.

Where can I check the status of my stimulus payment?

Please use the IRS portal here to check the status of your deposit or input your direct deposit information to receive your payment directly into your account. If you receive an error message, it does not mean that you do not qualify. You may have to wait to receive your payment by mail in the form of a check.

How do I get my payment?

Receiving a stimulus check will not require any action for most taxpayers. SSA-1099 recipients who do not file will automatically be added to the list of people to receive the payment.

If you have not filed taxes due to being below income requirements, please visit the IRS Economic Income Payment Portal to provide your information.

If you have not filed taxes for 2018 or 2019, please use the “Get Started” button to have Pink Cloud process your tax return or email us a

Where can I find more information?

Please visit for the latest updates from the IRS.