Free Nationwide Tax Advice: Local Indianapolis Company Comes to the Rescue for Those Who Need Tax Help Now

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Only tax service on the web offering Free phone consultation from experts to anyone who gets the number off the website. Hours are EST, but lines are staffed during business hours and there is no obligation to buy or use the service. A tax procrastinators dream come true.

Fiscal Tax Company phone lines are staffed and ready for calls the final 21 days before April 15. Led by owner John Striewe, this company has been providing Indianapolis with professional tax preparation services for over 29 years. The business started in 1976 in a tiny basement office and has since burgeoned to be the largest locally owned tax service in Indianapolis. This year Fiscal Tax is offering something the competition isn’t: Free tax advice from live tax preparers during business hours. Additionally, there is no extra charge for the state tax return. This is something other tax companies charge from $30.00 to $70.00. What’s the catch? There isn’t one. Filers who need help can call 1-800-688-4205 Monday through Friday from 9am – 9pm (EST), Saturday 9am-5pm (EST), and Sunday from 12pm-5pm (EST). Filers can also check out the company’s on-line filing website ( and be personally talked through the most inexpensive and reliable on-line filing on the web. Nothing is better for last minute taxpayers who want to get their returns done accurately and fast.

According to a 2004 Hitwise survey nearly 60% of the last minute filers are females, and over ¼ of those fall into the 35-44 year old age group. For busy professionals and procrastinators alike taxes can be an intimidating task. This year Fiscal Tax Company is offering a friendly hand. The same Hitwise survey also reported a rise in web hits to tax sites the last five days before April 15, which means phone lines will also have an increased call volume. Advice from a former procrastinator; get on the web and pick up the phone. Take lunch at your desk or at home and wade through tax questions with educated and friendly preparers in the Hoosier state. may not be a flashy site, but it is straightforward and easy to use. Striewe’s belief in being upfront with the customer is demonstrated by the price comparison on the homepage (, which includes the cost estimates for filing a Federal and State return. Other sites are not nearly as direct with their price quotes. The FAQ tab provides a checklist link telling you what is needed before you being the on-line filing process, as well as how the site works. For those who may have to dig for papers or don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to doing an entire tax return in one sitting, you can save your info and re-visit the site at a later date. Again, this is all done at no cost. Filers don’t pay until their return is complete and ready to be submitted to the IRS. Nearly 25% of the site’s visitors have opted to use the service offered on the site, which is a testament to it’s user friendly format.

About Fiscal Tax Company

Fiscal Tax Company is an Indianapolis-based, privately owned tax preparation company founded by John Striewe in 1976. Through his direction and vision, Fiscal Tax Company has consistently been a forerunner in the tax industry year after year. Fiscal Tax Company was a leader in offering computerized tax services in 1983 and was one of the first tax companies to offer Refund Anticipation Loans (RAL) providing quick refunds from the IRS with their X-Press Refunds program.

Now Fiscal Tax Company has added to the menu of personal tax filing options. With easy-to-follow software, takes the hassle out of filing your tax returns. The software does all the calculations for you. also provides easy ways to get answers to your software questions by email or phone. allows you to complete both your Federal and State tax returns for only $24.95 – a fraction of the cost others charge.

For additional information, contact:

John Striewe

Fiscal Tax Company


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