Save Up to $50.00 on Your 2017 Tax Return

Recent law changes and Hurricane Harvey are resulting in increased complexity, difficulty, and uncertainty.  Never fear, however, Molen & Associates is prepared to help.  Moreover, If you are one of the many Americans that have not filed their 2017 tax return, we have great news for you.

In addition to understanding the complexities, we want to save you up to $50.00 on your 2017 Individual Income Tax Return.  Have you considered filing an automatic extension of time to file, pushing the deadline to file from April 17, 2018 to October 15, 2018?  There are many benefits to filing an extension, and the most important benefit is that this year we are offering a discount to file an extension and make your appointment after the April tax deadline.

Here’s how it works.

  1. Complete the Form:  Complete the extension request form and get it to us via fax, email, portal upload, postal mail, or hand delivery. (Note:  The completed request form must be in our office by the end of the day on Wednesday, April 11, 2018)
    Link to Extension Request:
  2. Set Tax Appointment:  Call to set your tax appointment for any date between April 23, 2018 and October 1, 2018 (appointment must be set by the end of the day on Wednesday, April 11, 2018)
  3. Receive Discount When Invoiced:  By completing steps 1 and 2, you will be given a 10% discount on your total professional fee up to $50.00

Call us at 281-440-6279 if you have any questions concerning this offer.

The Molen & Associates Difference

Mike Forsyth

“Super helpful and timely. This is our first year with them and we look forward to trusting them with our taxes and business books for years to come.”

Caitlin Daulong

“Molen & Associates is amazing! They run an incredibly streamlined process, which makes filing taxes a breeze. So impressed with their attention to detail, organization, and swift execution every year. Cannot recommend them enough!”

Sy Sahrai

“I’ve been with Mr. Molen’s company for few years and I felt treated like family respect and dignity. They are caring, professional and honest, which hard to find these days. Love working with them.”

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