Multistate & Cross-Border Tax Made Simple

TravelTax specializes in preparing taxes for mobile professionals in healthcare, IT, engineering, nuclear, Canadian, international, foreign missionaries (and everybody else). We represent clients before the IRS, Canadian Revenue Agency, and state tax agencies in audits and resolutions.

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We have developed a team here at TravelTax to help our clients. If we don’t have an immediate answer to your question(s) we will find one! If the question/answers require a lengthy investment of time, we will recommend a consult with the appropriate person on our team.

As a company, TravelTax prepares thousands of tax returns a year, almost all by internet, email, fax, and phone. We also spend considerable effort and energy educating our clients, so they understand the issues that pertain to tax homes, temporary contracts, reimbursements, and multi-state taxation.

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  • A few of you have been asking when our new workbook will be available (for the upcoming tax season). The TravelTax workbook is crucial to be able to better serve you. Normally the new workbook is ready to go in November, but due to tax law changes coming up, it will be available once Congress […]
  • Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Missouri, Nebraska and Texas are some of the states that have provided funding for COVID staffing. This is due to the increase in COVID cases and how this affects local healthcare staff. This will definitely impact the travel industry significantly! Read this Healthcare Staffing Report by Staffing Industry Analysts (SIA) that […]
  • Child Tax Credit Payments Last week, a lot of people might have woken up to a surprise deposit(s) in their bank account. If you weren’t aware the Child Tax Credit is being distributed now to parents that have children 17 years and younger. Qualified individuals will expect to receive between $250 and $300 monthly per […]

I had an IRS appointment back in June this year regarding my 2017 taxes. However, the meeting went nothing as expected. The IRS rep did not request any papers, and I became frustrated by the turn of events. I was thinking “kiss the refund goodbye”, but thanks to your preparer coming, listening and asking and making sensible comments, the IRS sent the 2017 refund with interest!. You guys rock as always!!! THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR DOING WHAT YOU DO.Lydia

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