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Ways to Make Money as a Tax Preparer

How to Make NO Money Doing Taxes

By Tim Frye

When it comes to learning a skill it is often most beneficial for the person to be shown exactly how to NOT perform the task.  So when learning how to prepare taxes you may want to learn the best ways to fail as a tax preparer first.  There are a multitude of ways to do a bad job when you are preparing a client's taxes and the consequences of your failure could reverberate for you and your client in the years to come.  You have your client's life in your hands when you are tapping that keyboard.  So let't take a look at the best ways for a tax preparer to make NO money doing taxes.


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How Do I Get a lot of Tax Clients? Part Two

By Tim Frye

Offer Tax Services and Notaries and Other Services

One of the keys to acquiring a big client base preparing taxes is to simply get the bodies in the door.  You can do this by offering all sorts of peripheral services such as notarization, tax resolution, employee training and insurance sales.  You can cross fit the industries together and get that notary client or insurance client and turn them into a tax client. 

 

Can I Claim a Business Loss When I Still Work Under a W-2?

By Tim Frye

 

When it comes to the tax code, confusion is the rule, not the exception.  With the code itself topping out at over 70,000 pages, and an average of one tax law changing a day, even a tax genious can get lost in the labrynth.  It is important to understand the parts of tax law that pertain to you or to your client, so you can benefit from the loopholes availabe for tax avoidance.  Having a side business while still working as an employee is a great way to lower your tax bill at the end of the year, and this article will show you how?

 

How Do I Get a Lot of Tax Clients?

By Tim Frye

Being a tax preparer is not an easy gig.  You have to know your taxes, and with that you also have to possess a level of charisma that keeps your clients coming back for more.  Yes, there are those dry tax preparers who swim in a pool of banality to be sure.  But the great ones are good socially, and can crack their clients up while simultaneously cracking the tax code and cutting thousands from their tax bill.  To get a ton of clients coming back year after year you are going to have to do more than just crunch numbers.  You are going to have to develop a unique reputation as a consistent, knowledgeable tax pro who all the while provides valuable but affordable services.  Let us take a look at some of the best ways to amass a large client base preparing taxes

 

Can I Claim a Business Loss When I Still Working Under a W-2?

By Tim Frye

 

When it comes to the tax code, confusion is the rule, not the exception.  With the code itself topping out at over 70,000 pages, and an average of one tax law changing a day, even a tax genious can get lost in the labrynth.  It is important to understand the parts of tax law that pertain to you or to your client, so you can benefit from the loopholes availabe for tax avoidance.  Having a side business while still working as an employee is a great way to lower your tax bill at the end of the year, and this article will show you how?