What Happens Once You Get Retained for Tax Resolution?

For this short video, tell you what it was like when I started my tax resolution business. It was 1998 when I decided to help people that had IRS problems. I was just fired from my corporate job. At the time, I realized I didn’t want to work for anybody ever again.

I wanted to be my own boss and call my own shots. Eighteen years previous to that I had worked for other people as an employee working for various companies. And it took me to be fired, and 18 years in the corporate world to decide to really follow my dreams. But I didn’t know if it was going to work—I didn’t know if I was going to succeed or fail.

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I love to fight the David vs. Goliath fight. I believed people with IRS problems were entitled to and deserved a second chance, especially because they weren’t criminals they didn’t put money in offshore bank accounts trying to evade taxes. They were just regular people who had negative life altering events take place in their lives which put the filing and the paying of their taxes on the back burner. And I had my own trial and tribulations and figured if I got a second chance why shouldn’t they?

As I started my own tax resolution business, I had a lot of fears. Can you relate to these?

  • Can I do the work?
  • Am I smart enough?
  • What if I mess up?
  • What if I make a mistake and make matters worse?
  • If I get too busy, how will I serve all of these clients?
  • Can I do this?

In this video, I go over these fears and answer these questions. Learn more about the beginning stages of the tax resolution business!