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Monthly Archives: December 2011
You have engaged the client, received your retainer, and commenced gathering his information to map a plan to resolve his $100,000 tax problem. Initially it appeared he would be a good candidate for an Offer in Compromise, but now you learn … Continue reading
Make just one resolution for your practice during 2012. Resolve to take your practice to the next level. Pick a simple target. For example, resolve to increase monthly gross revenue collected by a specific percentage. Be realistic, but don’t cop … Continue reading
I wish every member safe and happy holidays. Whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah, it is a time to appreciate family, friends, and all the good things we have in our lives. May we all reflect on the true meaning of … Continue reading
I received an e-mail from a member that related a conversation with the IRS about the streamlined OIC program. As he related it, there is no such thing and never will be. Incredulous. One more proof that you need to call … Continue reading
Today a member sent me a question that is worth sharing with everyone. He wrote: I don’t know if you answer these kinds of questions for members, but I’ll chance it since I can’t seem to get a clear answer … Continue reading
Listening to the news yesterday, I know, my first mistake. The comment was about how important it was that they get the reduction passed to extend the employee break on social security. He felt it was critical to the millions of … Continue reading
The IRS normally has ten years to collect tax once it has been properly assessed. After that, they have no ability to collect the tax, right? Not so fast Gonzales. Is there a time when IRS can collect after the … Continue reading
Every marketing book, course, and seminar tells you that your marketing must focus on the benefits of your product or service, not on the features. They also make a point that the features are secondary in motivating sales. The problem … Continue reading
Who comes to see you? People with problems, tax problems. Problems that they may have been struggling with for years, but right now they have a different problem. When they take a seat in front of your desk, they are … Continue reading