Hawkins Accounting


Jackson's hometown tax service office

AVOID LENGTHY REFUND AND PROCESSING DELAYS IN 2022

Individuals and families who received advance Child Tax Credit payments and/or Economic Impact Payments (EIP) in 2021 will soon be receiving two letters from the IRS. Married persons will receive individual letters.

-Letter 6419 will provide recipients with the total advance Child Tax Credit received last year and the number of qualifying children used to calculate the payment amount.

-Letter 6475 will provide recipients with the total Economic Impact Payments (EIP) received in 2021.

These letters include important tax information to figure the Child Tax Credit and Economic Impact Payments on your 2021 tax return. Please give your tax preparer a copy.

Advance Child Tax Credits and Economic Impact
Payments are nontaxable.

IT IS IMPERITIVE THAT THE ADVANCE CHILD TAX CREDIT PAYMENTS BE REPORTED CORRECTLY ON THE TAX RETURN IN ORDER TO AVOID LENGTHY DELAYS AND/OR MANUAL PROCESSING.

Hawkins Accounting

We offer a wide range of tax services; business (large and small), individual, trust and estates. Clergy and missionary tax needs have become our largest specialty.
All of our tax preparers attend continuing education classes throughout the year and are fully trained in the current tax law and are able to assist with you with tax planning at age related milestones.
We prepare income taxes for clients all over the world. There are a variety of ways to send us your documents, so we can prepare your taxes. You can use our secure login to upload your information and ask us questions. If you have not used our login before, please call the office for your username and a temporary password.
You can mail your documents to us Priority Mail is preferred method, so you have tracking information because you are sending personal information. We will notify you as soon as we receive your information and you are assigned a tax professional who will keep you informed throughout the process.

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