Income Tax Preparation Checklists and Organizers
ALL INDIVIDUAL TAXPAYERS - Select, complete and print or save one of the following:
SELF-EMPLOYED OR SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS or INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS - Select, complete and print or save:
RENTAL PROPERTY OWNERS - Select, complete and print or save:
FOREIGN INVESTORS - Select, complete and print or save:
When you have compiled your tax information:
TIP: you can press the CTRL key and click on each document to select multiple files at once.
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