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Ways to Make Money as a Tax Preparer

 

What is a Great Tax Preparer?

By Tim Frye

Tax preparation is an interesting profession.  The product that is offered is one that much of the public needs, which means there is plenty of competition out there.  The everyday tax preparer is competing against a tremendous amount of forces.  They are fighting for clients with the big boys like HR Block and Jackson Hewett.  They are fighting for clients with those small mom and pop preparer offices that are ubiquitous throughout the nation.  They are even fighting with the customer himself, who many times will choose a prevalent and efficient do-it-yourself program like Turbo Tax.  The bottom line is that if a person wants to make it big doing taxes, he needs to stand out.  They need to be a great tax preparer.  This article will take a look at the top traits of the prodigious tax preparer.

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Making Money Doing Taxes

By Tim Frye

If you are a tax preparer, and are looking to make a boatload of cash this upcoming tax season, you’d better start working at it now. There are over 800,000 registered tax preparers in the United States, so the competition is ubiquitous and fierce. And then you are also competing against the taxpayer themselves, because many people go into it on their own and file their own taxes because it can be very easy if their tax situation is simple. So if you want to separate yourself from the pack as a tax preparer and make a lot of money doing taxes, you need to prepare way before tax season starts and get all your ducks lined up. This article will show you how to do exactly that.

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Is the IRS Targeting Small Businesses?

By Tim Frye

As time goes on, the IRS grows its bandwidth and its capabilities in demanding complete transparency from individuals and businesses. As of late, they have been cracking down on small businesses with a somewhat ruthless abandon. The IRS, according to recent reports, is targeting more than 20,000 small businesses spanning the nation. They are sending relatively intimidating robobot letters demanding information regarding the possible under reporting of profit by the taxpayer. They are focusing on cash receipts for obvious reasons. Let's go into the aspects of this IRS targeting and discuss its consequences.

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How Many Households Pay No Income Tax?

By Tim Frye

Everyone loves to use the old adage that in life there are only two things for sure, death and taxes regardless of creed, color, or religion. It is a saying that that pains us, and concurrently a saying that binds us.   In a large amount of households, paying income tax is not the norm. As of the most recent analysis from the The Tax Policy Center, the percentage of households that pay no income tax fell from 47% in 2011 to 43% currently. Let’s dive into the specifics of these statistics…

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What are the Options for Setting My Prices as a Tax Preparer?

By Tim Frye

When it comes to setting your prices for your services as a tax preparer, you may be puzzled as to which method is going to make you the most money.  Pricing your services can be relatively subjective; the billing method can depend on the tax preparer's style, experience, and employment classification.  This article will discuss the different ways that a tax preparer can bill his or her client, and will go into the pros and cons of each billing method.

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