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
Attention Insider’s Circle Group Coaching Members!
Be sure to mark your calendars for tomorrow’s IRS Payment Plans Webinar tomorrow, June 24th at 12pmPST/3pm EST!
TOPIC: The “Nuts & Bolts” on How to Get Your Installment Agreements Approved for the Lowest Amount Allowed by Law!
Join me for this informative training webinar as we’ll show you how to prepare, submit and negotiate properly structured IRS payment plans for your Tax Resolution Clients. This is a “live” 90-minute training workshop webinar on Wednesday, June 24th at 12:00 pm PST available exclusively to Insider’s Circle Group Coaching Members.
65%-70% of all your tax problem resolution cases will result in negotiating Installment Agreements for your clients. It’s crucial that you know the “ins & outs” on how to set these up and save your clients money!
* How to fill out a 433-A with line-by-line instructions;
* How to determine if your client is better served with an installment agreement vs. an Offer in Compromise;
* What the 4 different types of installment agreements are and how to determine which ones are the best option for your clients;
* Case Studies – Tips and Strategies!
*And much, much more…
My Insider’s Circle Group Coaching Members get access to all these benefits (see graphic chart below) including training webinars in case resolution like these and topics like marketing, client management and sales where I give you detailed, step-by-step instructions on how to grow your practice and be more effective.
Members – see you on tomorrow’s webinar! If you are not a member yet and are interested in joining, visit www.rozstrategies.com – below is a list of all you get in your monthly membership!
One of my greatest passions in life is drag racing my ‘68 Olds 4-4-2. But I don’t get to do it nearly as often as I would like. After a months-long hiatus, my racing skills tend to get a little rusty. During the first run of the night, I might not shift when I’m supposed to, or I might be a little late off the line. It’s discouraging, but I simply remind myself that practice makes perfect, and then line up to try again. The second run is better than the first. I learn from my mistakes and my time improves. By the fifth or sixth run of the night, I’m back on top of my game.
The moral of the story? If you want to be great at something, you have to do it over and over again. Sure, you’ll make mistakes at first, but you’ll learn from them, and eventually you’ll win.
The same goes for tax resolution. A lot of my clients who are just starting out in the world of tax resolution tend to be ruled by fear — they’re terrified of making a mistake. I’ll admit, when I first started out, I was terrified too. There were little to no resources in the tax resolution niche and, honestly, I had no idea what I was doing. Someone once asked me what I did for a living. My response was, “I solve IRS problems …”
As you can probably imagine, it was discouraging. I often wondered if I was doing the right thing. But I powered through and reminded myself that practice makes perfect. I took on as many cases as I possibly could and, before long, I was feeling more confident in working them. I learned from my (many, many) mistakes and eventually stopped making them.
If you’re new to the tax resolution niche, I encourage you to do the same. Take on as many cases as possible and refuse to let the fear of messing up dictate your career. The only way to get real-life experience is to represent as many clients as you can on a consistent basis. Yes, you’re going to make mistakes. And yes, you might not always get the results you want on some of your cases along the way, but you’ll be better for it in the end.
As a member of the Inner Circle Group Coaching program, I would also encourage you to take advantage of the multitude of resources available to you like our 90-minute Q-and-A calls. It’s always beneficial to learn from seasoned practitioners — and even if you don’t have a question, you can always listen in. I didn’t have these resources available to me when I was first starting out. As such, it took me a little longer to hit the ground running (you might say I was late off the line), but now, after more than 16 years in the business, I’m at the top of my game.
If you want to be a great drag racer, you have to race as often as you can. If you want to do great things in the tax resolution niche, you have to take on as many tax resolution cases as possible. It’s as simple as that.
For expert advice, invaluable resources, and first-hand accounts, visit our website or call our office at 888-670-0303.
Attorneys and CPAs! Millions of people need your tax resolution help but only a handful of Attorneys and CPAs are offering this premium service. This is THE TIME to offer Tax Resolution!
As I shared in a previous post, there are millions of people with IRS problems.
There folks are getting threatening letters from the IRS every day, everywhere in the country.
American taxpayers owe the IRS over $450 billion and that number grows every day due to accruing penalties and compounding interest and new taxpayers coming into the system with their NEW IRS problems.
If you are tired of being a slave to your desk and want to add a lucrative new revenue stream to your company, check out my new Tax Resolution Training videos and my products on www.rozstrategies.com.
I get asked all the time: Will a tax resolution business work in my part of the country?”
There are millions people getting threatening letters from the IRS every day, from Maine to Hawaii.
Those taxpayers owe the IRS over $450 billion, that’s right, $450 billion to the IRS and that number grows every day, because of accruing penalties and compounding interest and new taxpayers coming into the system with their NEW IRS problems.
People with IRS problems come from all walks of life. From doctors to truck drivers, from big cities to rural areas. It doesn’t matter where your practice is – there are people in your communities with IRS tax problems that need your help.
Businesses that get into trouble are usually manufacturers, retailers, wholesalers, distribution companies, internet companies, service companies and even professional practices. Regardless of the amount owed or where they’re located, the one thing they all have in common is they are all suffering through the immense pain that the IRS inflicts upon them.
I help CPA’s, attorneys and Enrolled Agents build highly profitable tax resolution practices through my Tax and Business Solutions Academy by showing them how to add tax resolution clients to their firms…I do this because the demand for tax resolution services is HUGE.
So the answer to the question, “Will this work in my part of the country?” is an astounding “Yes”!!
It’s time to Get in the Business of Growing Your Business™. Visit www.rozstrategies.com to see all the products and services I provide.
They say only two things in life are absolutely certain: death and taxes. Attempting to avoid the latter yielded difficult life lessons for a former investment advisor booked for wire fraud and tax evasion. You know you’re in trouble when cheating death seems like the better option.
No happy holiday came for Donna J. Tucker of Roanoke, Virginia, in December of 2014. The former investment advisor pled guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion, was promptly sentenced to 60 months in jail, and was slapped with a $976,485 restitution fee.
Between 2007 and 2013, Tucker was caught stealing funds from two separate client accounts. First, to obtain a line of credit, she forged the signatures to access an elderly couple’s joint investment account. Through her firm’s banking division, Tucker claimed to be working in the clients’ interest; though, she obtained no consent from her victims. Shortly after, Tucker wire transferred $295,000 from another victim’s account to her own. She then used the funds for her own financial gains. But the plot thickens.
In order to prevent fraudulent schemes from coming to light, Tucker took calculated measures to ensure her victims were unaware of her actions. To keep unauthorized transfers under wraps, Tucker ordered staff to put victims on an electronic delivery system for account statements. She also falsified statements to victims and employees as well as doctored forms to complete the nefarious acts.
As if Tucker weren’t digging a deep enough hole, she finished off her crime spree by reporting a taxable income worth less than half of what she was really making. Tucker’s false report incurred $115,000 in additional taxes owed to the US government! There would be no hiding from the IRS this time!
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