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|We've been in business for|
|over 45 years!!!|
|You're never alone.|
| Welcome to Diaz Enterprise Income Tax and Notary Public Service since 1969. We are thrilled to help you out with
anything regarding Income Tax and notary public service. We are here to help. If you need tax advice, call us to schedule
an appointment, or going through an audit, there is no reason you should do it by yourself.
The IRS can be very intimidating and we can guide you through the process to ensure you take care of your problems. We
believe in always filing your taxes correctly the first time following the strict IRS guidelines so that you can sleep at night and
not worry about an audit. We also believe in getting back the most refund you can get legally. My father Rogelio Diaz founded
this office with a lot of good old fashioned hard work and pride in the services he provided. He believed that if you can
provide a service with honesty, a genuine smile and a lot of care, everything else will fall into place. So we are here to let you
know that you can count on Diaz Enterprises in providing the same great quality of service and professionalism to file your
I am looking forward to see you here at our office in Santa Ana, and if you cant make it, do not worry, you can always email
me direct at Adrian@Diaztax.com, mail us your forms, or drop them off if you do not feel like waiting. With todays technology,
you can even take a picture of your forms and email to me, that easy.
I would also like to thank the thousands of clients that keep coming back to us and for recommending us all these years, we
are very grateful for your support.
|Whether you're a first time filer with a
basic tax return or you have a complex
tax situation, Diaz Enterprise has a
solution to fit your needs.
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|How the Affordable
Care Act Impacts
Affordable Care Act Tax
Provisions for Individuals and
The Affordable Care Act, or health care law, contains health insurance coverage and financial
assistance options for individuals and families. The IRS administers the tax provisions included
in the law. Use the Affordable Care Act and Taxes – at a Glance Chart to better understand the
health care law and how it affects you. See What's Trending for news on trending topics and
answers to questions we are hearing.. Visit HealthCare.gov for more information on coverage
options and financial assistance.
What do I need to know about the health care law?
The Individual Shared Responsibility Provision requires you and each member of your family to
have qualifying health insurance (called minimum essential coverage), have an exemption, or
make a shared responsibility payment when you file your federal income tax return. If you get
your insurance coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace, you may be eligible for a
Premium Tax Credit. Filing electronically is the easiest way to file a complete and accurate tax
return. Electronic Filing options include free Volunteer Assistance, IRS Free File, commercial
software and professional assistance.
If you are like most people, you probably already have qualifying health care coverage and
don’t need to do anything more than continue your insurance.
If you don’t have or maintain coverage, you will have to get an exemption or make a payment
with your federal income tax return.
If you don’t have coverage, you may be able to get it through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
For more information about the marketplace, visit HealthCare.gov.
If you get coverage through the health insurance marketplace you may be eligible for the
Premium Tax Credit (PTC).
The premium tax credit can be paid in advance to your insurance company or to you when you
file your federal income tax return. Find out
more about the option to get it now or get it later. For more information, see Publication 5120.
f you receive advance credit payments, you need to report changes in circumstances that will
affect the credit to the Marketplace as they happen. For more information, see Publication
If you don’t have coverage or qualify for an exemption you may have
to make an Individual Shared Responsibility payment when you file
your income tax return.
For 2014, generally, the payment amount is the greater of 1% of
your household income above your filing threshold or $95 per adult
($47.50 per child) limited to a family maximum of $285.
You will report your coverage, exemption or payment on your federal
income tax return. For more information, see questions #25 and
We know that the tax filing process can sometimes be overwhelming and that the Affordable Care Act
could potentially further complicate the process. Please know that we are here to help you navigate these
|2014 Tax Season to
Open Jan. 20 e-file
Can Speed Refunds
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$10 PER SIGNATURE
TRAVEL FEES DEPEND
BASED ON LOCATION
INCOME TAX FEES ARE
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|Tax Season Opens As Planned
Following Extenders Legislation
WASHINGTON -- Following the passage of the extenders
legislation, the Internal Revenue Service announced today it
anticipates opening the 2015 filing season as scheduled in
The IRS will begin accepting tax returns electronically on Jan. 20.
Paper tax returns will begin processing at the same time.
The decision follows Congress renewing a number of "extender"
provisions of the tax law that expired at the end of 2013. These
provisions were renewed by Congress through the end of 2014.
The final legislation was signed into law Dec 19, 2014.
"We have reviewed the late tax law changes and determined
there was nothing preventing us from continuing our updating
and testing of our systems," said IRS Commissioner John
Koskinen. "Our employees will continue an aggressive schedule
of testing and preparation of our systems during the next month
to complete the final stages needed for the 2015 tax season."
The IRS reminds taxpayers that filing electronically is the most
accurate way to file a tax return and the fastest way to get a
refund. There is no advantage to people filing tax returns on
paper in early January instead of waiting for e-file to begin.
More information about IRS Free File and other information about
the 2015 filing season will be available in January.
Happy Tax Season!