About Jacqueline J. Mctee
Jacqueline Mctee is a CPAdirectory verified CPA, licensed to practice in the state of Illinois. The requirements for licensure in Illinois ensure that Jacqueline Mctee maintains the highest standard of knowledge and ethics when operating as an accountant. CPAs may practice as a public accountant, work in private industry, education or government, and are often considered experts in tax preparation. Their overall educational requirements and training in business and knowledge in principles of general law and taxation provide CPAs with the skills to help individuals with both personal and business financial decisions.
Jacqueline Mctee is licensed to practice as an accountant in Illinois under the license number 65.019138.
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Jacqueline Mctee provides accounting services to clients in the following language(s):
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- Basic Accounting Services
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I recently moved to the Joliet area and contacted Jacqueline McTee to prepare my 2021 tax returns. Her office stated most returns run about $300 to $350 to complete. When my return was completed I was informed my bill was $900 and when I asked her some questions about how my multi-state returns were divided she could not answer my questions and needed to review further. She took three more days and called me to inform me she had made an error and I actually owed another $4000. Because I was concerned about the inability to properly answer my questions and the errors she acknowledged I decided to take my information to another tax service to review ( at my expense). Two days later I was informed that McTee had incorrectly counted income as previously untaxed when in fact my employer had withheld federal taxes as captured on my W2. The error resulted in a $12,000 error in my favor. When I informed McTee that I would be filing with the other tax service she apologized but offered no restitution for her error or my inconvenience. I hope this information helps others make an informed decision about whether to use McTee to perform their taxes and risk overpaying on your return. As an additional data point my second tax preparer charged me $150 to complete my return with the exact same documentation. I know who I will be using next year!