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Tax and Business Services

SBA loan application, Covid grants/loans, eFile, Notary, 

Tax preparation, Business Start Up, Business Proposals, & More


  • Business Start up
  • Business Closure
  • Contracts
  • Business proposals
  • Invoicing 
  • Letterhead 
  • Business cards 

Services as low as $45


  • Tax preparation 
  • efile
  • Amendment 
  • Past years taxes
  • Tax advice
  • Bookkeeping 
  • State Taxes

Services as low as $50


  • Seal & Stamp
  • Contracts
  • Business proposals
  • Divorce documents
  • Child Support
  • Court orders

Services as low as $10

Clients receive free Notary Services 

Marketing  SERVICES 

  • Business Cards
  • Logo
  • Flyers, Pamphlets, Post cards
  • Website
  • Marketing products

Services as low as $50

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​All taxpayers have the 

right to be informed

When something happens to a taxpayer’s account, that taxpayer has the right to be informed about the activity. In fact, this right is one of ten outlined in the Taxpayer Bill of Rights.

The right to be informed is at the top of the list. This means taxpayers have the right to:

•Know what they need to do to comply with the tax laws.

•Have clear explanations of the laws and IRS procedures in all forms, instructions, publications, notices and correspondence.

•Be informed of IRS decisions about their tax accounts.

•Receive clear explanations of the outcomes of IRS decisions.

To make sure taxpayers are informed, the IRS will:

•Include within certain notices any amount of the tax, interest and certain penalties the taxpayer owes.

•Explain why the taxpayer owes any taxes.

•Explain the specific reasons why it denied a refund claim.

•Post information on to help taxpayers understand their IRS notice or letter.

•Send a letter when the agency assesses a tax. That letter must include:

oInformation on how the taxpayer can appeal the decision.

oAn explanation of the entire process from audit through collection.

oDetails on how the Taxpayer Advocate Service can help.

•Send an annual statement to taxpayers who enter into a payment plan. The statement will include how much the taxpayer:

oOwes at the beginning of the year.

oPaid during the year.

oStill owes at the end of the year.

•Make forms and publications available on

•Use social media to provide helpful tax information to a wide audience of taxpayers.


Due to the increase in cases of Covid-19 and the recent state and county requirements, all staff and clients will have to wear a mask or some form of face covering. In addition, Essential Tax & More staff will enforce social distancing with being six feet apart. 

Please Ask About Discounts and Referrals 

Paycheck Protection Program borrowers: If your loan is $150,000 or less, you may be eligible to apply for direct forgiveness through SBA using our online portal. Follow the steps below.

1.Find out if your lender is participating.

2.Watch a video about how to use the portal.

3.Apply for forgiveness.

For additional information, visit the SBA website.

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