Whether you are interested in tax return preparation, business planning, bookkeeping, payroll, or tax resolution services we are your local solution to business needs.  We strive to offer top notch customer service and we'll never make you feel silly for asking a question. We'll always do our best to explain the most current tax laws and how they apply to you.

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Tax Return Preparation


Now more than ever, it is important to choose the right option for tax return preparation.  

The question is where can you find someone who's knowledgeable, understanding, easy to communicate with, and who has the authority to represent you in case you ever need it.  

At Gardner's Tax Service, you'll find all of this and more!  We pride ourselves in having the most up to date knowledge of the tax and revenue codes as well as being easy to get along with.  We want to have a lasting, successful relationship 
with you.



  • Business Tax Returns

  • Self Employed

  • Rental Properties

  • Farming Income

  • Schedule A - Itemized 

  • Alimony

  • Child Care Credits

  • Education Credits

  • Retirement Taxation

  • Social Security

  • Residential Energy Credits

  • Individual Income Tax

  • Royalty Income

  • LLC Taxation

  • Partnership Taxation

  • S-Corp Taxation

  • Depreciation & Amortization

  • Inventory

  • Amendments

  • Power of Attorney

  • Earned Income Credit

  • Child Tax Credit

  • Home Ownership

  • Rental Credits

Enrolled Agent


An enrolled agent is a person who has earned the privilege of representing taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service by either passing a 
three-part comprehensive IRS test covering Individual and business tax returns, or through experience as a former IRS employee. Enrolled agent status is the highest credential the IRS awards. Individuals who obtain this elite status must adhere to ethical standards and complete 72 hours of continuing education courses every three years.

Enrolled agents, like attorneys and certified public accountants (CPAs), have unlimited practice rights. This means they are unrestricted as to which taxpayers they can represent, what types of tax matters they can handle, and which IRS offices they can represent clients before. Learn more about enrolled agents in Treasury Department Circular 230.



What is Bookkeeping and why does my business need it?  Bookkeeping, commonly referred to as keeping the books, is the process of keeping full, accurate, up-to-date business records. Proper bookkeeping can help businesses effectively manage cash flow, stay abreast of profits and losses, and develop plans for the future based on financial trends. Furthermore, accurate bookkeeping is required by both federal and local tax agencies.

Bookkeeping involves making a record of the monies received by a business as well as the monies paid out. It encompasses money a 
company owes to vendors, employees, tax agencies, contractors and any other individual or entity. Likewise, accurate records of amounts 
owed to a company by outside individuals and organizations are also recorded in a company's books.

Though necessary and beneficial to business owners, the task of bookkeeping can be very time consuming. With no exceptions, every 
monetary amount that is paid or received must be recorded. Additionally, accuracy is of the utmost importance, making keeping the books in a rushed manner a very bad idea. As business owners are often lacking in time, many choose to hire bookkeepers to keep company records well maintained.