Trust Tax Returns

A trust is an entity that establishes a fiduciary relationship where one party, the trustor, gives another party, the trustee, the right to hold assets for the benefit of a third party, the beneficiary. Trusts are formed for various purposes, typically to protect the assets of a living or deceased person.

Filing Trust Taxes

There are simple and complex trust funds, and each is taxed differently. Trust funds are typically taxed at much higher rates than individuals. Tax deductions are made on the income that the beneficiary receives, so the beneficiary pays taxes on the income (not the trust).

Understanding all the filing and payments due for a trust fund can be confusing for any one individual. Trust funds are complicated entities and should be handled with the help of an EA or CPA with trust experience. If you are wondering how to set up a trust fund or how to file form 1041 Trust Tax Returns, Las Vegas Torchlight Tax can help.

When you do your 1041 Trust Tax Return with Torchlight Tax, your Trust Tax Return is reviewed by a second tax expert to make sure all is correct, and no tax savings are missed. You also benefit from the fact that Torchlight Tax is one team with a network of offices. Each team member has the purpose to save your tax dollars and make the whole tax experience as pleasant and painless as possible. Different EAS and CPAs have different additional expertise’s in different tax specialties.

An EA holds the highest federal tax credential. A CPA holds the highest state tax credential. This does not mean they know everything. There are millions of words in the tax code, related regulations, court cases, and so on. No one knows it all. If one of our tax pros has a question or is looking for an additional tax saving strategy, he can simply pick up the phone and ask another CPA, EA, or Tax Attorney in the Torchlight Tax Network who may be more trained in a certain specialized field of taxes.

Individual practitioners do not have this option. Just as in sports, a team operating with a common purpose is superior to an individual or group of individuals, even if the individuals are as highly trained. And please note: few tax practitioners are as highly trained and experienced as the Torchlight Tax team.

At Torchlight Tax, your tax return is completed by CPA or an EA

At Torchlight Tax, your tax return is completed by a licensed EA or CPA. An EA is the highest federal tax credential. A CPA is the highest state credential.

Another advantage of Torchlight Tax is our team includes administrative support staff who wear their hats in supporting the tax pro. You do not need a highly trained CPA or EA to be filing papers or handling all the incoming robot and sales phone calls. By having administrative support, the EA or CPA is available to handle your questions year-round, saving you money, time, hassle, and worry.


Also, our support staff typically have accounting degrees, bookkeeping experience, and/or tax preparation experience. We have found people with these backgrounds make the best reception and secretarial staff, as they understand what is going on in a tax practice better than someone with no tax background. It is not unusual for our support staff to be more highly trained than tax preparers who have done prior year tax returns for our new clients. We offer these staff the opportunity to train as an EA or CPA and move up to being tax experts. By giving them grounding in correct administration of tax files and access to EA training, we offer a training and apprenticeship program that creates top tax professionals.

Filing Trust Tax Returns in the Las Vegas Valley

Trusts are typically established to protect assets, and improper tax filing could lead to loss of income and asset protection could be endangered.

The EAs and CPAS of Torchlight Tax can be trusted to provide accurate, professional form 1041 Trust Tax Return filings. We work hard to find all possible deductions and credits so that you can preserve every penny. As the leading tax experts in Las Vegas, we can both prepare your Trust taxes and help you plan for next year. To get your Trust Tax questions answered or 1041 filed, contact us today. Free consultations are available.

Call us 1-877-758-7797 or 702-463-1818 or email us at info@TorchlightTax.com. We can transfer your call to a branch office near you or help you directly from our central office.

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