One of the main questions people ask when they first start out as a Tax Professional is, “How do I get my first client?”. There are two major ways to go about this. The first way is to put in enough time promoting yourself every single day for an entire month that would equal to roughly 48 hours. The second way is to aim for your first client within literally 2 days. So what ways can you achieve this? Let’s take a look.
What Does the DACA Repeal Mean for Your Tax Business? When United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced the immediate rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program on September 5, hundreds of business leaders and entrepreneurs signed and sent a letter to the White House and Congress. This letter urged the Trump administration to reconsider the decision to terminate DACA. DACA is the rule that was put in place by the Obama Administration, granting legal residence to certain immigrants who came to the U.S. as children. Here are a few things we should know about this situation, as tax professionals…
When it comes to small business owners they are very particular on who they trust. Often their business is like their baby; it means the world to them and they don’t want just anyone touching it. Three specific requirements business owners typically look for in a tax preparer are:
Tax preparers can bring a lot more to their clients than simple tax return preparation. We professionals have a specific insight into how our clients’ businesses run as well as how they interact in our ever-changing economy. There is value in that. This blog will discuss how you can bring that value to your clients.