Welcome to the Don Brooks & Associates, Inc. Client Portal. By clicking the link below, you will be able to perform several activities such as:

  • Retrieve a copy of your Tax Return and Documents - Access copies of your tax returns (for tax years 2011 and later) that have been completed. In some cases you will also be able to access copies of the tax documents that you provided to us at the time of your tax preparation;

  • Ask questions, submit notes, or send us documents – Quickly send us the information that we need to complete your tax return or ask us that question that has been on your mind about taxes;

  • Schedule an appointment – Request a time to come in and meet with us. We will do our best to accommodate your request and we will confirm your appointment;

  • Update your information – Have you moved, changed your phone number, or started using a new email address. Make sure that we have the correct information to get in touch with you.

In order to access the portal, you will need the Social Security number of the person who is listed first on the tax return and a password. The password is the last four digits of the same social security number. If you have lost or misplaced your password, or if you would like to change your password, please contact the office for assistance.

Your tax information manager (will open in a new window or tab)

***UPDATE*** - March 4, 2013 - You may be prompted for an additional password when you click to view your individual tax returns. This will be the last 4 digits of the first named taxpayer's social security number.

***UPDATE*** - October 1st, 2012 - Several of our first time clients have not, as of this time, been added to this system. We are working hard to get these clients updated. There will be an update here when this situation has been corrected.

Tax Tips Small Business

  • Employee Meals: When Does the 50-Percent Limit Apply?

    Don't reduce your deduction if you aren't required to

    In most cases, an employer is only allowed to deduct one-half of the expense that is paid to employees for meals. However, in some instances, the full amount is allowed.

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Small Business Quick Tip

  • SS Wage Base

    The Social Security wage base increases to $118,500 in 2016. This means that you are no longer required to withhold social security tax for employees after meeting this threshold. However, you are required to withhold Medicare taxes regardless of the amount of wages paid.
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Tax Tips Personal

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    You may not have to include it in income

    When you are liable for a loan but can't repay it, some lenders will forgive the debt. What many borrowers don't realize is that this cancellation of debt results in taxable income in the year of forgiveness. The lender usually will issue a 1099-C to report the cancelled debt. If you receive one, don't ignore it. Be sure to give it to your tax preparer and discuss the circumstances surrounding the loan.

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Personal Quick Tip

  • Sales Tax Deduction

    The optional sales tax deduction has been extended for the 2016 tax year. This means you can elect to deduct your state sales tax in lieu of your state income tax when you itemize deductions.