Forget the paper tax return!
We know that filing your taxes can sometimes be a long and tedious process, but don’t worry, we have the perfect solution for you!
With the E-File system you will be able to file your taxes faster, easier and more accurately than with traditional forms.
Why should you use the E-File system?
- Reduced risk of errors.
- Faster tax preparation.
- You get your tax refund much faster.
REVIEW OF LAST YEAR
Did you know that the IRS recommends that all taxpayers keep copies of their tax returns for at least three years?
That’s why we provide our last year’s tax review service; with this review we check your last year’s taxes to make sure everything is up to date and that there are no errors.
Do your best to file your taxes correctly.
The ITIN number is the Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) that the IRS issues to business owners who have incorporated or plan to incorporate a business in the United States.
The ITIN number is used to help with federal tax and other obligations under the Internal Revenue Code.
Don’t know how to get your ITIN number? Don’t worry! We will process your ITIN number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number so you can prepare your taxes. You will only need:
- Passport or matricula consular with birth certificate.
- Telephone number.
- Date of last entry to the country.
Thinking about getting your driver’s license, permit, identification card or driver’s authorization card for the first time?
To process it you must present your passport or birth certificate to the DMV, but remember that the latter must be translated.
At Express Insurance we are authorized by the DMV to translate your birth certificate, so you can bring your documents with you and we will help you obtain your driver’s license card.
Thanks to the preparation and experience in translation, you can rest assured that your document is in good hands. With Express Insurance you get:
- Guaranteed quality.
- Simplified processes.
- Consistency between translations.
- Culturally accurate translations.
Did you know that not all notaries can notarize a document in front of the DMV?
A notarization is generally an assurance by a Notary Public that the signature on a document is genuine, the signer acted without duress and that, furthermore, the signer intended the terms of the document to be in full force and effect.
Most requests for notarization involve the signing of documents. In all cases, all signers and any required witnesses must be present for notarization. You will need to bring acceptable identification, as required by the state in which you live, along with all pages of the document to be notarized.
When you (as well as the signers of additional documents and required witnesses) arrive at the appointment, the Notary will review your document(s) to determine the notarization requirements and whether it is possible to complete the notarization.