Tax Preparation in Oshkosh and Berlin, Wisconsin
2021 is finally over and I can’t wait to see what 2022 has in store for all of us! Tax season is just around the corner and I want to take this opportunity to give you a yearly update. Tax season starts on Wednesday, February 2, 2022.
Please verify that you have all documents prior to making your tax appointment.
If you have me file your taxes and then realize after the fact that you were missing documents, there will be an extra fee to amend your taxes. I will always be happy to assist you but it takes a lot more time and work to amend them, so please… do us both a favor and verify you have all your stuff. Also, if you show up without all your information, there will be additional fees if an additional appointment is needed.
You can find an assortment of forms and information on this website. I’m always happy to assist you over the phone, text or email if you have questions, so please don’t hesitate in contacting me anytime. If I’m unavailable, please leave me a voicemail and one of us will return your call as soon as we can.
Please don’t contact me on Facebook or Messenger as I don’t check them.
Texting (920) 279-0155 is fastest as I’m getting back to people in between customers.
No extensions are being filed by my office this year. Tax season runs from February 2, 2022 to April 15, 2022. I strongly urge you to get your taxes done during those dates as my office will NOT be processing taxes after the due dates. This is a first for me. My business clients need my attention more than I can give them with the constant onset of late filers. The only exception to this is for Military members out of country during tax season.
PLEASE DON’T SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT UNTIL YOU HAVE All YOUR INFO.
If you received unemployment in 2021, go online and print off your forms. They don’t mail these out anymore and I don’t have time to print everything when you get to your appointment. The website is:
The IRS is sending out notifications for these amounts. Please bring these notifications with you to your tax appointment and DO NOT THROW THEM AWAY! If you threw them away in error, please bring documentation of the exact dollar amount you received in Stimulus payments for 2021.
This should have been $1400.00 for each taxpayer and each dependent. If you threw out the form that was sent, go through your bank statements or go to the IRS website to figure it out. The website is:
Advanced Child Tax Credit Payments
The IRS is sending out notifications for these amounts. Please bring these notifications with you to your tax appointment and DO NOT THROW THEM AWAY! If you threw them away in error, please bring documentation of the EXACT dollar amount you received for EACH child with birthdates and social security numbers. THIS IS NOT OPTIONAL. I won’t be able to finish your return without this info. The website is:
Strategic Accounting Services is a family-run, full-service accounting firm based in Berlin, Wisconsin. We understand how difficult it can be to own and operate a business. Tax laws are always changing and it’s hard to keep up! We’re not here to just do the numbers…We’re here to help you grow your business!
We do not accept walk-in appointments. Please call (920) 279-0155 to schedule an appointment so we can give you the amount of time and attention you need and deserve. Weekend hours always fill up fast, so we will have more availability if you’re able to schedule an appointment during weekdays. However, we’ll do whatever we can to accommodate your schedules.
2022 Price Guide
- Bookkeeping (Hourly Rate): $50
- 1040 (Federal and WI): $100 – $150
Prices will vary based on schedules
- Rental Properties (Each Property): $50
- Schedule F (Farms) (Each): $100
- Additional State returns (Each): $50
- Amended Federal Taxes: $100
- Amended State Taxes: $50
- Partnership Taxes (Form 1065): $400
- S Corp Taxes (Form 1120): $400
- Schedule C Business Taxes: $100
(In addition to the 1040 Form $250 Total)
- Shipping Fee for Mail-ins or Drop-offs: $10
(Waived if you pick up returns within a week of completion)