Useful Resources for Tax Preparation

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Resources

 

Please see below for valuable Internet resources and links to commonly used forms.

Websites

  1. Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
  2. Florida Department of Revenue
  3. Social Security Administration
  4. Estimate your Federal Withholding
  5. Florida Tax Registration for Businesses
  6. Department of Veterans Affairs Guide to Burial Benefits for Veterans
  7. FTC Consumer Guide to Funerals
  8. Florida Unclaimed Property

Commonly Used Forms:

  1. Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification - Form W-9
  2. Employer Identification Number (EIN) Application - Form SS-4
  3. IRS Power of Attorney and Declaration of Representative - Form 2848
  4. Florida Department of Revenue Power of Attorney - Form DR-835

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