New Clients

Get started filing your taxes in 3 easy steps.

  • File Taxes Step 1

    Decide how to file your return. We offer virtual, at our office or at your location.

  • File Taxes Step 2

    Click the Request an Appointment button below to submit your information.

  • File Taxes Step 3

    Gather all required personal or small business tax documents. You will be contacted to confirm your appointment.

Welcome to TM Taxes...

We exist to ensure that your personal taxes are handled properly, efficiently and with care. TM Taxes reliably works towards maximizing your tax deductions and credits. We understand that each tax case is different; therefore, each experience is personalized. Whether you’re filing with property taxes, mortgage interest, student loan interest, dependents (with or without EIC) or W2 income, we guarantee a seamless experience.

Choose above to start filing online now or schedule an in-person appointment. We can conduct an in-person appointment at our office or offer the convenience for an additional fee to meet at your home or business. We are here to provide peace of mind and service options to make filing easy for you.

Have the following information available

Select what type of return you are filing.

Acceptable ID

  • Government Issued ID
  • Social Security Card
  • Birth Certificate
  • Drivers License
  • Passport

Forms Needed

  • W2
  • 1099 MISC
  • W2G
  • Child Care Expense
  • 1098T
  • 1098 Mortgage Interest
  • 1099

Types of Business Returns

  • Profit or Loss from Business (Sole Proprietorship)
  • Form 1065, U.S. Return of Partnership Income
  • Form 1120, U.S. Corporation Income Tax Return
  • Form 1120-S, U.S. Income Tax Return for an S Corporation

General Small Business Check-List

  1. Personal Records: You’ll need the full legal names, tax identification number, addresses, percent ownership, ownership acquisition date and distribution details for you, other partners and/or qualified parties.
  2. Last Year’s Federal and State Tax Returns: Gather both personal and small-business returns.
  3. Estimated Tax Payments: Gather all paperwork related to tax payments made during year, including state, federal, property, etc.
  4. General Ledger: Your ledger should list out contents of every expense category you plan to deduct from your small-business tax return.