beyond tax prep: the big cha-ching!

five reasons business clients are ready for tax advisory services.

credit for data: intuit

by 卡塔尔世界杯常规比赛时间

question: if half your tax clients were buying planning or advisory services for five times what they’re paying for tax prep, what would that add up to?

answer: a big cha-ching!

more on tax season: crisis at the irs | the irs’s 10 biggest problems. here are just the first five.fear and loathing for tax season ’22 |  padar joins vc-backed tax fintech for banks |  covid chokes an already crippled irs | tax regs for the metaverse | 10 steps to a superior tax department | accountants critical of competitor price-cutting |  automate busy season with apps you already use | sales & use tax costs are higher than anyone thought | survey: nobody loves the wayfair decision | busy season forecast: more chaos  | a woman named wanda leaves an ira nightmare  | are you under-pricing your client accounting services?  | your best advice: get smart, get tech, get moving | worries for small business clients |

goprocpa.compro members: log in here or 2022世界杯足球排名 today.

this may be the season for tax filing, but accountants failing to leverage prep into planning and advisory are missing out on a lot of potential revenue.

the average annual fee for tax planning and advisory services is $2,351—five times the average annual tax prep fee of $459, according to a new study.