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    How to Succeed as a Tax Resolution Professional in 2021

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    The coronavirus has taken a toll. And while we still don’t fully understand how far-reaching the economic impact of this past year will be in the U.S., the impacts are already being felt. Unemployment, real estate forbearance, medical bills, job changes—compounded by the stress of everyday, socially distanced living—the very…

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  • get started in tax resolution

    Everything You Need to Know About Getting Started in Tax Resolution

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    Anyone Can Offer Tax Resolution Did you know a taxpayer can authorize anyone to help them resolve their debt with the IRS? That’s right—no matter what your tax preparer status, you can add tremendous value to your business by offering tax resolution. “Not a lot of accountants offer tax resolution…

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  • turn your tax client to tax resolution client

    How to Turn Tax Clients Into Tax Resolution Clients

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    As financial stresses have risen in American households, many of your tax clients have put off dealing with IRS responsibilities in order to pay for more immediate concerns. But as time goes on, these IRS issues will compound, leading to more serious monetary trouble, marital strife, depression, and more. At…

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    Let Your Clients Know You Do More Than Taxes

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    You are well-versed at a variety of financial services ranging from bookkeeping and getting loans, to tax planning and tax resolution services. Yet, there’s a common misconception that accountants and other tax professionals only do taxes. This is because financial experts are reluctant to promote themselves. But now, more than…

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  • bankruptcy in 2020

    A Tax Professional’s Guide to Bankruptcy in 2020

    As 2020 continues, bankruptcy attorneys are gearing up for an especially busy season ahead. With 30 million people collecting unemployment in the US, it is estimated that over 7 million people are behind on their car payments, with 1 in 3 people unable to pay at least 1 bill. Our…

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