TaxProMarketer Blog

Too Many Emails In Your Tax Business?

Just got back from Vegas from the NATP Tax Pro Forum... and, well, it's good to be back on the home front with my five children running around. I've had more speaking invitations and travel in this past season than ever, and while that's a fine thing, it's also a...

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How To Grow Your Tax Business In The Offseason

With Memorial Day weekend behind us, we're rounding a corner. It's about time to get serious again. Summertime is "planning season" for tax professionals -- both for your clients but also, of course, for YOU, in preparation for tax season. And this can be a great...

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Moving Forward After Busy Season

As usual, tax season provided quite a ride for us here, and for our clients -- I know you're resting, so I'll keep this brief. We have some really great stuff cooking for you this spring and summer, including, in a couple weeks, my interview with an extremely...

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Is this bad news for tax professionals?

We're getting ready for the IRS to begin to accept electronically-filed tax returns... do you have enough in the hopper? I suppose what I'm *really* asking is this: Do you have enough new clients coming through your doors ... or would you want some more? Yes, a simple...

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Three crucial tax marketing steps for 2014

So, with the delay in e-filing, I SURE do hope that you are using this "calm before the storm" time productively, and that you are planning now to bring in new clients to your tax practice. Today, I'm going to give you a little blueprint for how that is done. But...

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A REALLY smart seasonal help ad for your tax office

First off Happy New Year! And let's get the obligatories out of the way: Set some great goals. Do what it takes to meet them. Rinse, Repeat. Ok. We're all set there now, I trust. (Just thought I'd join the somewhat-boring chorus on that one.) But here's what is NOT...

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Bah Humbug

Actually, I LOVE Christmas ... but I know that for many of us in the tax industry, it's a bit like the calm before the storm. Sometimes it's hard to enjoy all the merriment when you know you're staring down the barrel of a big fat load of work in the next four months....

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Three Tax Marketing Resources

A quick story, and some resources for you today, as you prepare for tax season ... (I'm violating some "rules" today by giving you a few different things to use in your practice, but I also know that you may have different needs that Joe Smith, CPA in the next town...

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