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Should you buy a Tax Franchise?

Let me explain

There are 3 truly major tax franchises in America along with lots of Mom and Pop tax franchises with 5 to 100+ locations. These are mainly store front locations with high mortgage or rent payments just so you can say your a franchise.  Being part of a Tax franchise in the late 90’s and part of the 2000’s had some real value by attracting taxpayers to the brand. 

Things have changed with the evolving of internet access to pretty much everyone, along with social media, google, etc. Now with co-working space for $100 to $200 a month to meet your clients you can work from your home office, existing Tax Office or your local coffee shop.  This is the evolution of the virtual business, “Virtual Tax Office”.  Sounds revolutionary but its not, just in the past people did taxes on the side as an additional income because their full time job did not pay them enough to live on.

Six figure income working from Home, Store Front or at the coffee shop is what you can get with very little investment.  Be your own boss and enjoy your life.

Pro’s

  • Brand Recognition
  • Proven Process
  • Support

Con’s

  • Must have a Store Front (Rent)
  • $40,000+ upfront investment
  • Royalty Fees
  • Annual Renewals Fees
  • Per Return Fees

The Right Choice

Having started with one single office in 1993 we have seen all sides this tax industry has to offer. This experience will allow you to grow your business to the level you want without the stress of having to learn everything overnight.  Whether it be one of our IRS Enrolled Agents working on your clients tax resolution issues, advising you on preparing someones taxes or showing you how to get bookkeeping clients through social media we are the right choice.

We Offer:

  • Support
  • Training
  • Marketing
  • Industry Partners
  • Proven Process
  • No Franchise Fee
  • No Royalty Fees
  • Marketing
  • Pricing Advice
  • Client On-boarding