Free Introductory Phone Consultation
New clients may request a free Introductory Phone Consultation with one of our tax advisors.
This consultation is offered free of charge but we do require that our clients pay a $50 retainer which goes towards their tax preparation fees beforehand. The consultation may last up to 30 minutes. During the consultation, we’ll have a chance to discuss your tax situation, how we can help you, how our process works, what information we’ll need from you to proceed etc.
- The optimal method of filing (how many years to file, whether to file using the Streamlined Procedure, etc.).
- What documents we’ll need to proceed.
- How to report a spouse and their income.
To schedule an Introductory Phone Consultation:
1. Click Phone Consult > Free Intro Consultation.
2. Choose a date on the calendar, and then select one of the 30-minute slots available. Please note that all the times shown are in Eastern Standard Time.
3. Select the date and time of your choosing. If you wish to make a change, click BACK. Otherwise, enter your questions and anything else you want us to know, then click Proceed to Payment.
4. Enter your card details, then click Pay $50. This money will remain in your account as credit and may be used to pay for tax preparation services in the future.
5. After your payment has been processed, you’ll have the option to edit your brief outline of what you would like to discuss. You can also add additional questions. Once you’ve finished, click Submit.
You’ll receive an email listing the date and time of your call as well as the phone number to call. If you’re calling from abroad, we recommend that you use Google Hangouts to call free of charge.
Can't Find Phone Consultation on the Menu?
We offer free Introductory Phone Consultations for our new clients to help them get started with TFX. Once you ‘ve signed your Engagement Letter, we no longer consider you a new client, so the Phone Consultation option will no longer be available. However, if you would like to schedule a Phone Consultation, you may contact your tax preparer.