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.
Let’s say you’re a new tax preparer, or you are new to a certain part of the tax business. What do you say when a potential business tax client asks how much you charge? We’ll help you answer those questions right in this blog.
When it comes to tax preparation and the subsequent billing of your clients, it really is what you know that defines your price point. There a multitude of varying methods as to how to bill your tax client. Some tax preparers are charging by time, others charging by the form, and then there are some charging a flat fee. There is no perfect way to bill a tax client. Let’s take a look at the billing methods that are most effective then it comes to being a great tax preparer.