tax resolution

The Average Tax Resolution Client Profile

The last two videos in my three part series about tax problem resolution dealt with the niche of tax problem resolution and why I got into it in the first place. The third video interview asks about the average profile of a IRS tax problem client. I have a lot of experience with this through…


Creating the Tax and Business Solutions Academy

In a previous blog post titled: “How the Tax Resolution Niche Can Help People," I outlined how helping tax resolution clients has been the most rewarding experience for me. In the second video interview of the three part series about tax problem resolution, I was asked why I started Michael…


How the Tax Resolution Niche Can Help People

I was recently interviewed in a three part video series about the business of tax problem resolution. The first video in the series asks the question: "how did you get into the tax problem resolution niche to begin with?" This video interview explains how I got started over sixteen years ago and…


Tax Season Humor for Tax Pros

CPAs, attorneys and EAs all need a little comic relief to get through the tax season. Here are a few of my favorite funny tax quotes. On a serious note, the sooner you add tax resolution to your practice, the sooner you don't have to be codependent on tax season (and endure the stress of it).…


Loose Lips Sink Couple in IRS Audit

I get a lot of calls from my academy members regarding IRS audits.  A common question is: “should I bring my clients to the audit?”  For 16 years, except for on the rarest of occasions, my answer has always been “no.”  If your client is asked a direct question by the IRS Revenue Agent during the…


Clients Who Need Tax Resolution Help

Owing money to the IRS or state taxing authority is no picnic. The audit process is intimidating, time-consuming, and can be costly especially true if additional taxes are assessed. Not to mention, the stress it causes people who have fallen on hard times can impact their personal and professional…


IRS Report Shows Increased Enforcement Actions

One of my contacts sent me an article titled: “SOS for the IRS” and asked the following questions: Will the IRS’ budget cuts mean fewer crackdowns on delinquent taxpayers? Does that mean there won’t be enough demand for tax debt resolution professionals? The following is my answer: Not so fast!…


IRS 2014 Dirty Dozen Tax Scam List

Every spring, the IRS releases its annual “Dirty Dozen” list of tax scams. The goal of the list is to make taxpayers aware of pervasive tax scams and schemes and to use caution when viewing e-mails, receiving telephone calls or getting advice on tax issues.  Educate your clients about these tips…


Why Marketing Is More Important Than Ever

FREE SPECIAL REPORT: WHY MARKETING (OBTAINING NEW CLIENTS) IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN EVER!! Over the last 24-30 months there has been an “explosion” of new tax debt resolution companies coming on the scene that have increased all of our collective “cost per lead” (CPL) and cost of acquiring a new…