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iQTAXX Tax Services Las Vegas
We offer Tax Preparation Services as well as Bookkeeping and Corporation Tax Services at an affordable prices in Las Vegas
We offer Tax Preparation Services as well as Bookkeeping and Corporation Tax Services at an affordable prices in Las Vegas

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iQTAXX Las Vegas Tax Services ® tax professionals at are ready to serve you at our warm and comfortable office located in Southwest Las Vegas of Rainbow and 215th. We have plenty of parking space, coffee and cookies ! 

iQTAXX Tax Services Las Vegas® launches a new Bookkeeping Service at for our customers. We will work with you consistently to make sure your books are error free on year-round basis!

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iQTAXX launches a new Online Tax Extension Filing Service, to help our customers to save the time and make tax extension application more convinient. Just fill the Online Tax Extension Application Form and your Tax Extension will be filed to IRS. Form Online Tax Calculator  (step 2) was designed to make your application as easy as it possible!

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Las Vegas is home to more than 600 thousand taxpayers and if you are searching for a new tax services company, look no more. iQTAXX Las Vegas Tax Services® is one of Las Vegas Valley's fastest growing tax preparation companies.   Call now and book an appointment and see what the rave is all about.  

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Tax Season is in full swing in Las Vegas and our tax preparers are ready to prepare your taxes or provide any other tax related services that you might need. Call us at 702-871-7884 and book an appointment today at our convenient Las Vegas office! 

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Looking for tax services in Las Vegas?
Choose  iQTAXX Las Vegas Tax Services for the following reasons:
1. Low and fixed prices.
2. Open all the year round.
3. Extremely knowledgeable tax professionals.
4. Premium quality service.
Try once and you will find a reliable long term tax service provider in Las Vegas!

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Premium quality service of our customers is the highest priority for iQTAXX Las Vegas Tax Services at! Angie's List customers seem to think so.  We thank all of our Las Vegas area Angie's List income tax preparation customers for nominating us for this award. It been a fun ride, and it is still going on!

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This Fox News article (see below) is one more reason to get your taxes done sooner – rather than later. Call us today for your appointment (and save $50 on your return, too).


 Taxpayers could see delays in getting their refunds this year — as well as "unacceptable" customer service — as the IRS commissioner warns budget cuts are forcing the agency to cut back. 

 IRS Commissioner John Koskinen, in an email sent to workers and obtained by Fox News, predicted a messy tax season on several fronts. 

 "The effect of these cuts will hurt taxpayers and our tax system," he wrote. 

 He said the cuts could force the IRS to shut down operations for two days later this year, resulting in unpaid furloughs for employees and service cuts for taxpayers. 

 But in the near-term, the commissioner said cuts in overtime and temporary staff hours could cause delays in refunds. 

 "People who file paper tax returns could wait an extra week — or possibly longer — to see their refund," he wrote, adding: "Taxpayers with errors or questions on their returns that require additional manual review will also face delays." 

 He warned that IRS customer service, which already has faced heavy criticism, could be "diminished further." Koskinen set a low bar for what taxpayers can expect. 

 "We now anticipate an even lower level of telephone service than before, which raises the real possibility that fewer than half of taxpayers trying to call us will actually reach us. During Fiscal Year 2014, 64 percent were able to get through. Those who do reach us will face extended wait times that are unacceptable to all of us," Koskinen wrote. 

 Further, he warned of delays to IT investments of more than $200 million, predicting this would delay "new taxpayer protections against identity theft." 

 The IRS has faced tough congressional scrutiny over the last two years in large part over the scandal involving the targeting of conservative groups, and some lawmakers are reluctant to pour more funding into the agency. 

 But Koskinen says the agency’s $10.9 billion budget is now the lowest level of funding since 2008. When adjusted for inflation, the budget hasn’t been this low since 1998, he said. 

 He said a short-term shutdown may loom. 

 "Unfortunately, this means at this time we need to plan for the possibility of a shutdown of IRS operations for two days later this fiscal year, which will involve furloughing employees on those days," Koskinen wrote in the email. "Shutting down the IRS will be a last resort, but I want to be upfront with you about the problem." 

 Koskinen said the agency will extend a partial hiring freeze through the end of the budget year in September. He said fewer enforcement agents will cost the federal government at least $2 billion in lost tax revenue. 

 "IRS employees are doing their best to handle the rising demand for their services, but they will simply not be able to keep up," said Colleen M. Kelley, president of the National Treasury Employees Union. "I have urged the IRS not to make any decisions on furlough days this early in the fiscal year and to work with us to find other alternatives."

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