Grow Your Home-Based Tax Business with Tax Resolution Software

Grow Your Home-Based Tax Business with Tax Resolution Software


Taking your home based tax business from a one-person show to the next level of growth and profitability isn’t easy, but it can be simple if you plan ahead and save time with tax resolution software.


Managing a business with virtually no inventory, no rent or employees can seem like an entrepreneur’s dream at first, but if you’re marketing, promoting and networking the phone should begin to ring off the hook. If you do things right customers will keep coming back for more. Dream come true? Maybe, and maybe not.


Not all stories have a happy ending. When homebased business owners in any industry fail to plan, they can fall victim to their own success. Self-sabotage, conscious or unconscious, can dig just as deep a hole as circumstances outside their control and their businesses can fall just as hard.


IRS Solutions was once a one-man show. We planned ahead, building from the ground up. We want to help you avoid the pitfalls we faced. Our Tax Resolution Software made a huge difference for us and it can make a difference for you. The following will help you take your home based tax business to the next level free of battle scars from facing the front line on your own.


Plan Ahead

Contrary to what the movie Field of Dreams (1989) impressed upon a poor farmer, if you build it they will NOT necessarily come. Investing in a business, and even advertising it, will not guarantee your success. You need a business plan—and one other thing we’ll discuss at the end of this article.


What does planning involve?

A business plan outlines your goals and specifies how you plan to achieve those goals. Start with a vision for your business. Where would you like to see your business in a year? Three years? Ten years?


Your mission comprises your company’s objectives and values. It outlines how you intend to bring your vision to fruition. It helps you define goals and ethics and sets the standard for decision-making.


There is no way you can accurately plan your company’s future without a clear understanding of your mission. Your mission will help you answer these questions:

  • What does your company stand for?
  • Who do you serve and what are the benefits of working with you?
  • Do you want to make a sizable profit or is a mediocre living okay?


As a tax professional, you’ll factor in whether you offer basic maintenance or solve problems for your clients. For instance, do you want to answer common tax questions or help with IRS audit red flags?


This objective is really important to qualify before you go into business. If you do a good job for your clients and provide excellent customer service, you’ll give them no reason to look for another accountant. Your clients will stay with you for the rest of their lives (or yours).


Planning and preparation pay off. When the IRS comes calling, your existing clients will run to you for advice. Better yet, they’ll refer you to their family members and friends. Tax resolution software makes sense.


Earlier in the article we mentioned that there were two things that will help you draw and retain clients. The first is a plan and the second is a good name.


Build a good name and they will come. All of them.


In any business, you don’t know what you don’t know. Learn all you can about tax audit help and watch your business grow.

IRS Solutions’ guide to 4 Steps to Getting Started in Tax Resolution is FREE. Grab your copy now and start offering – and charging for – services that will boost your bottom line year-round. Get started in tax resolution today. Learn more about all of the features IRS Solution membership brings

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