“Properly Structured” Installment Agreement – How do you charge? Hourly fee or value pricing?

Taxpayers owe $55,000 to the IRS and are being levied. How do you communicate the value of your services? Do you just tell your...

How do you take on a SFR Settlement Case?

This Tax Problem Resolution client was a non-filer who owed the IRS $75,000 and was facing enforced collection due to tax returns filed by...

Managing the Client Conversation

As of today, February 6, Powerful Accounting has completed and filed over 25 tax returns.  The conversations with clients have been interesting to say...

Make Sure Your Client Doesn’t Become Your Next Tax Resolution Client

The best way to make sure your client doesn’t become your next tax resolution client is for them to file all legally required income...

Shifting Sands: Why Now Is the Time to Build Your IRS Representation Practice

The rise of artificial intelligence (“AI”), the increased standard deduction, and the commoditization of 1040s has reduced the perceived value of the traditional tax...

Topics to Discuss with Business Clients This Tax Season

Here we are! Only two weeks away from the official start of filing season. As we here at Powerful Accounting are getting ready for the marathon,...

What Will Your Clients’ Experience Be During Busy Season?

Have you ever stopped to think about the experience your individual and business tax clients have with your firm? For many clients, it will...

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Respecting Your Team’s Off Time

As we approach another round of holidays, it's important to remember to respect your team's off time. This may seem like an obvious thing...