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Please provide the first 12 digits of your credit card number by sending a separate email or fax 773-668-1058 or if you prefer, by leaving a voice message at the office phone number.

Please take note:
A new professional/client relationship is not automatically created by the submission of your credit card information for your retainer or other payment. Each relationship and engagement is subject to our normal client acceptance procedures before your credit card information is sent to your bank for processing. We will be pleased to welcome you as a client, once accepted!
Please read our client relationship disclaimer and other disclaimers.

New entity (such as: partnership, LLC or corporation):
When obtaining a new Taxpayer Identification Number – by inputting your Social Security Number above and submitting this form you are indicating that you have read and electronically sign this required statement:
You understand that by providing your Social Security Number to us, that you are authorizing us to obtain and receive the new entity EIN on your behalf (when applicable) and to answer questions about the completion of the appropriate IRS form.

Tax deduction reminder:
Your payments for income tax services, advice and business related books and services may be tax deductible as an investment expense under IRS Sections 67 and 212 to the extent that miscellaneous itemized deductions exceed 2% of your adjusted gross income. Alternatively they may be fully tax deductible as a business expense by most corporations and trade or businesses under Section 162 of the IRS Code.