Category Archives: Internal Revenue Service (IRS)

How To Turn Your Website Into A Client Generating Machine By Adding This ONE Thing

Your website is your digital salesperson.

If you use it properly, it can help you generate many clients.

Most folks are missing one key element on their website that is keeping them from getting clients to contact and retain them.

We’ve invited, expert marketer and educator, Dave Dee to speak at The 4th Annual Tax Resolution Success Summit to teach you what this ONE thing is and how to incorporate it on your website.

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How to DOUBLE referrals in 12 months or less

Referrals are one of the least expensive forms of marketing.

The clients you get from referrals are already pre-qualified, pre-sold and much less resistant to fees.

That’s why we’ve invited Shaun Buck to come teach how to DOUBLE your referrals in 12 months or less at The 4th Annual Tax Resolution Success Summit in Dallas!

Shaun is going to show you how to use newsletters as an easy and cost-effective tool to not only stay in touch with clients, but also get referrals from others.

As the owner of The Newsletter Pro, he knows A LOT on the subject.

Shaun Buck Success Summit

Since 2011, he’s rapidly grown his company into the nation’s largest custom newsletter company, mailing millions of newsletters annually.

The Newsletter Pro has been publishing and mailing The Roz Report Newsletter to subscribers since we launched our company in June 2014. They print and mail many of our member’s “Tax Resolution Times” newsletters as well.

Still not sold on newsletters?

Here’s what one of our members, Mark Klecka, has to say about them.

“The biggest takeaway I got from attending my first Success Summit was to do a newsletter. Now, every time I get a business card, I put them on the mailing list. I’ve had requests from a CPA and also from real estate agents and insurance agents for additional copies of the newsletter to put in their office because people liked it and wanted to take it with them. And, I’ve gotten many referrals from that newsletter.”

Sound like too much work for you?

Not only will Shaun show you How to Double Your Referrals with a Newsletter, but he’ll also show you how they can print and mail your newsletter for you.

Click Here to grab your tickets today!

See you in Dallas,

Michael Rozbruch (aka The Roz Man)

Every IRS Collection Case Has 3 Work Phases

Every IRS Collection Case Has 3 Work Phases:

First Phase: Transcript Investigation & Analysis
Second Phase: Compliance
Third Phase: Resolution Phase

I teach that you charge separately for each phase based on the complexity of the case, the amount of tax debt involved and the value you bring to the table.

In today’s video I want to share a call I had with one of my coaching members on our monthly group Q&A call. This person is brand new to tax resolution and happened to have a client walk into her office who owes 3 million dollars to the IRS. She was asking me for help because she’s trying to interpret the transcripts; plus, she’s talking to the revenue officer; and she’s trying to get all these levies released. I started asking questions about the case, but my first question to her was,

“Well, what have you been retained to do, and how much have you gotten paid to date and what are the total fees for this case?”

Watch today’s video where I share what I told my member what she should charge for each phase of this three-million-dollar case and why she should charge those fees.

It doesn’t matter whether your client owes $25,000 or $3,000,000, the same applies and this is great information to know.

So, that’s the tip of the day, and we’ll see you in the next video!

Wesley Snipes’ Lowball Offer in Compromise Rejected in Tax Court

Wesley Snipes was once best known for his work as an actor, particularly for his role as the vampire-hunting Marvel superhero, Blade. Unfortunately, when Snipes makes headlines these days, it’s usually due to his ongoing tax battle with the IRS. Continue reading

IRS Terror Tale of the Month: Paul Manafort

Political Powerhouse Tries to Leave IRS in the Dark

Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Paul Manafort and the millions he failed to pay the IRS in taxes. Due to the brief time Manafort spent as President Donald Trump’s campaign manager during the 2016 election, Manafort’s tax fraud and other crimes were often spun based on political leanings. However, the fact remains that the millions Manafort owed and the lengths to which he went to defraud the IRS are astonishing. Here are a few of the highlights that make this story so Extraordinary. Continue reading

Paul Manafort and Tax Resolution

What does Paul Manafort and tax resolution have in common?
A lot actually…

As we all know, if you’ve been reading the news stories online or watching the evening news, Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, was found guilty on five counts of tax fraud, one count of failing to report his foreign bank accounts (FBAR) and two counts of bank fraud.  Robert Mueller’s Special Counsel went after him over the alleged Russia collusion with Donald Trump.  But that’s not what he was found guilty on; he was found guilty of tax fraud.

Your tax resolution clients need to know that when they come to you, and they’ve filed fraudulent tax returns, or haven’t filed legally required income tax returns which they will more than likely disclose to you, there can be major consequences they face for these actions.

You know what I used to tell clients that would ask, “Mike, it’s not that bad is it?” What this week’s video to get a great strategy of how to answer that question if your client asks you the same thing.

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