New tax preparers tend to spend a lot of time comparing features, etc., when all you really need is software that’s pretty good, in your price range, and can help you get started. Which software you use won’t be a determinant of your early success in the tax business. What matters most is the quality of your work and how you communicate your capabilities to the public.
If you are a tax preparer, or thinking about becoming a tax preparer, this blog is designed to warn you what to avoid and hopefully show you how not to fall victim to these tax preparer disaster stories.
So, let’s get the “bad news” out of the way first. Based on what I’ve been learning studying this business with Pronto Tax School Founder Andy Frye, doing taxes isn’t likely to make you wealthy. That is to say, the actual act of tax preparation does not often lead to wealth. Read to find out how a career in tax preparation can lead you to becoming wealthy.
This blog is here to talk about how that isn’t always the case and sometimes the answer is indeed yes, doing taxes is fun sometimes, for some people…let’s learn more.
In this blog, you will learn about a few amazing tax write offs that most people would never think of! This short list of unexpected tax deductions works great for anyone who might fall under these tax write off categories.