RESOURCES & FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
COVID19 HEALTH & SAFETY MEASURES BY MARTINEZ TAX OFFICE
Please be advised that for the safety and concern of our staff and clients we will be following Covid-19 Safety Guidelines. We will be open to the public by appointment only. If you prefer, you can also email you documents or drop them off to be completed at a later date.
Option 1 / Email:
1. Email your tax documents (w-2s, 1099s, 1098 Ts, write-offs, mortgage interest docs, etc.) to email@example.com.
2. In the Subject Line please include: Full Name / Tax Year
3. In the body of the email, please include your tax preparer's name (if you know it. if not, we will look it up) a phone number.
Option 2 / Drop Off:
1. Put your your tax docs (w-2s, 1099s, 1098 Ts, write-offs, mortgage interest docs, etc.) in an envelope and drop off with our staff during regular business hours between 9AM and 7PM.
2. Include your Name / Tax Year / Phone Number on the Envelope.
We will be monitoring public safety instructions and will respond accordingly. Thank you for your patience during this time!
Please feel free to call with any questions 818-894-8900
Corona Virus Tax Relief Info (IRS Website Link)
WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO MY APPOINTMENT?
For a list of what to bring before your appointment, download our Tax Filing Check List.
WHERE'S MY STIMULUS
Roughly 80 percent of taxpayers have given their bank account information to the IRS. For those who do not have their banking information on file with the IRS, the IRS created a web portal where people can submit their banking information so the money can be deposited into their bank account.
"If we have your information, you'll get it within two weeks," Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said last week. "Social Security, you'll get it very quickly after that. If we don't have your information, you'll have a simple web portal, we'll upload it. If we don't have that, we'll send you checks in the mail."
More information on the Economic Impact Payment.