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Client Eligibility

You do not need to be affiliated with USC to file tax with us
However, per IRS guideline, we CANNOT serve you if you meet any of these conditions:

If you are an Indian citizen with student F-1 visa:

  • Adjusted gross income above $60,000
  • Married couple filing separately/military returns
  • You EVER had cryptocurrency transactions from last year
  • You EVER received dividends from US stocks , and you have received 1099-DIV for any reason from last year
  • You have more than ten (10) entries of stock transactions (usually, page 5 of the document you received from Robinhood)
  • Self-employment income, such as 1099-NEC (please email us if your only self-employment income is from Uber/Lyft to determine eligibility)
  • Rental or royalty income
  • Other scenarios as listed by the IRS

If you are a mainland Chinese citizen with student F-1 visa:

  • You’ve been physically in the US under F-1 visa for more than five years. Please email us if you were not in the US while holding F-1 visa (i.e., remote learning during COVID) to determine eligibility
  • Adjusted gross income above $60,000
  • Married couple filing separately/military returns
  • You EVER had cryptocurrency transactions from last year
  • You EVER received dividends from US stocks , and you have received 1099-DIV for any reason from last year
  • You have more than ten (10) entries of stock transactions (usually, page 5 of the document you received from Robinhood)
  • Self-employment income, such as 1099-NEC (please email us if your only self-employment income is from Uber/Lyft to determine eligibility)
  • Rental or royalty income
  • Other scenarios as listed by the IRS

US Citizens/Residents:

  • Adjusted gross income above $60,000
  • Married couple filing separately/military returns
  • You EVER had cryptocurrency transactions from last year
  • You have more than ten (10) entries of stock transactions (usually, page 5 of the document you received from Robinhood)
  • Self-employment income, such as 1099-NEC (please inquire us by email if your only self-employment income is from Uber/Lyft to determine eligibility)
  • Rental or royalty income
  • Other scenarios as listed by the IRS
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