tax resolution services

Combatting an Unsuccessful Offer in Compromise

Let me ask you a question. If a client hires you to do an Offer in Compromise and you're not successful should you give the client their money back? Well, let me ask you this question. If you hired an attorney in a civil or God forbid a criminal matter, and your case went to a jury and the jury…


Introducing Tax Resolution Services to Your Clients

So—you’re interested in doing tax resolution work, but how do you introduce this service to your existing clients? You've made the decision that you're going to start offering tax resolution services. How do you let your clients know that you're doing this type of work? I guarantee you that if you…


Making the Business Segue to Offering Tax Resolution Services

So many CPAs, EAs and attorneys struggle to make enough money.  Money for retirement, for college tuition, even for simple things like taking a vacation. The professional step that can take your tax practice business blahs to high-income earning ahhhhs is simple - make the segue to offering tax…


Successfully Adding IRS Representation to Your Book of Business

The value of adding IRS Representation to your book of business is two-fold: 1) Value to the person with IRS problems who desperately needs great representation 2) Value to your business by adding in more predictable cash flows. IRS representation assists clients who owe the IRS but for multiple…


How To Gain Income In The Off-Season

Most solo CPAs & EAs derive 70% of their income January through April and struggle the rest of the year not knowing what income is coming through the door. If you like struggling, stop reading. If you are a CPA or EA and you don't want to be a part of this statistic in the future, know that…


How does an extra $15,000 a month sound right now?

Are you breathing a huge sigh or relief because another big wave of tax season is over? While the workload has lightened, you are going to have the "but now what?" thoughts when it comes to cash flow... I know...I was there once.  My business used to ride the waves of seasonality until I learned…