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215 W. Commercial Street
Lebanon, MO 65536
Telephone: 417-588-4017

Tax Season Hours:
Walk-in at 215 West Commercial Street in Lebanon
Monday-Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - Noon
or Call for Appointment 417-588-4017

May - December Hours:
Call for Appointment 417-588-4017

  • Personal Information Worksheet
  • Health Care Coverage Worksheet
  • Earned Income Credit Worksheet
  • Please be prepared to provide additional documentation if you qualify for Earned Income Credit or College Tuition Credits.
  • Don't forget that we will need your RTN and bank account number if you are going to be direct depositing your refund into your account. This account must have the taxpayer's name, and spouse's name if applicable, in order for the deposit to be successful.
  • Please notify us of any address changes when dropping off your information. Also, if you have any new dependents, we will need their birthdate and SSN (copy of their social security card).
  • We encourage you to use our tax organizers located on our website, as they are very helpful in preparing your return.
Where's My REFUND:

Where's My Federal Refund
This link allows you to check the status of your refund. You will need the taxpayer social security number, filing status, and amount of refund. All of this information can be found on your tax return. You can also call 800-829-4477 to check the status of your refund.
Where's My Amended Federal Refund
Check th status of your 1040X Amended Return for the current year and up to three prior years.
Where's My Missouri Refund
Check the status of your Missouri Return at this link. If you prefer to use the telephone to obtain the status of your tax return, you may call (573) 526-TAXX (8299).

Helpful Tax Related Links::

Do You Need to File a Federal Income Tax Return?
Every year millions of people file Federal Income tax returns even though they are not required to. Find out if your income is below the filing amount.

Do You Qualify for EITC?
EITC (Earned Income Tax Credit) is a tax credit for people who work(ed) and did not make much money. If you meet the requirements for EITC, and the EITC is more than the amount of taxes owed, the result is a tax refund to those who claim and qualify for the credit

How Much was My Unemployment Benefits?
Use this link to find the amount of unemployment insurance benefits paid and taxes withheld for pervious years. You can select a benefit year and print the information for your records.

For more information or details, please discuss tax updates and/or questions with your tax professional.