In this environment, I think it’s extremely important to look for business tax clients groups who are growing rapidly during these tumultuous times.
There are many different ways to boost your income as a tax professional. One of the first things to keep in mind is that your attitude and the way you see yourself is key. You don’t want to just look at yourself as a tax preparer. Instead, you want to view yourself as a resource person to your clients. Some of the more effective and common ones will be covered in this article. Below is a checklist that you can print out and use anytime.
The tax problem resolution market is BOOMING. As more and more taxpayers have gone from W-2 to 1099, more and more taxpayers have fallen behind on their taxes. Statistics show that approximately 14 million taxpayers are in collections with IRS as we speak–those folks could really use some professional help right about now.
This blog post discusses the length of time and experience generally needed to become competent while earning the intended income level.
Andrew Freiburghouse is my full name, but I go by Andy Frye in the tax business. At the risk of mastering the obvious, Frye is much easier for clients to pronounce than Freiburghouse, especially in the tax business which is already complicated enough without adding in a tax preparer with a last name that’s 13 […]