I’ve been pontificating upon the virtues of starting a taxpayer representation practice for 10 full years now. Having built two firms, I’m incredibly biased in regards to the pros of adding this lucrative service to your tax practice. But there certainly are cons to it, also. Tax resolution isn’t a good fit for every tax professional, and in this episode of the podcast, I explain five specific reasons why you might not want to get involved in taxpayer representation.… Continue reading
Ever had a client demand a discount?
Ever had a client ghost you on an invoice balance after the work was already done?
Ever cut a client a break on fees because of [insert random excuse]?
As a business owner, one of your jobs is to set your fees.
You determine this based on factors such as your overhead, how much profit you desire, and what your local market will bear.
You determine this. YOU. You set your fees. Not your staff, not your clients, not your relatives, not your competitors. YOU.
In this week’s episode of The Profitable Accountant Podcast, Dan Henn, CPA and I discuss this important issue of maintaining the integrity of your fee schedule. This is 38 minutes that you’re definitely going to want to listen in on.… Continue reading
Jassen Bowman discusses his path from being bankrupt and homeless to being a globe-trotting adventurer living the proverbial “4-Hour Workweek” digital nomad lifestyle as a specialist serving only tax resolution clients. He also shares the #1 “secret” to a highly profitable tax resolution firm, and shows you the three most important marketing strategies that you should be using to attract clients if you currently have little or no money in the bank to spend on marketing.