FAQ's

Should I file my own taxes?

 Just because software to file your own taxes is available, doesn't mean that you should use it. While it might seem economical at first, many people find out later that they made a mistake. Fixing these errors often costs more time and money than hiring a professional to begin with.  Using a professional to file your tax returns eliminates the risk of making these costly mistakes.

Can I afford a professional?

Yes! I strongly believe that professional tax preparation should be available to everyone. l aim to keep prices reasonable. Personal income tax returns start as low as $165. If you would like a quote please feel free to contact me.

What is an enrolled agent?

An enrolled agent (EA) has earned the privilege of representing tax payers before all administrative levels of the IRS by passing comprehensive examination. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards. Enrolled agents are unrestricted as to which tax payers they can represent, what types of tax matters they can handle and which IRS offices they can represent clients before.  

What are your credentials?

I have a Master of Science in Applied Economics with a Major in Finance and Banking from the University of Leuven, Belgium.


I am an Enrolled Agent which means I am enrolled to practice before the IRS. EA is the highest credential the IRS awards.

What documents do I need to provide?

I will provide you with a checklist of all documents that are necessary to complete your tax return. This will help you save time and avoid mistakes.

Can my taxes be done remotely?

Absolutely. The majority of clients prefer to send their information by mail, email, fax or drop off. I will send you a confirmation email after receiving your information. Once I start preparing your return, a follow up email or phone call with additional questions may be necessary. Once the return is complete, you will have the choice to receive it digitally or on paper.