Maybe you do bankruptcies and then send the client off to sort out their tax issue. Maybe it’s that real estate closing going sideways because of a federal tax lien. Then there is the couple going through a divorce that just realized they haven’t filed tax returns and owe a lot of money – one more thing to battle over.
IRS Rep work is all about process and formula, and has literally nothing to do with technical tax. No, that is not a typo: if you can do a real estate closing or file a Chapter 7 bankruptcy, you can solve a tax problem with the IRS or Massachusetts Department of Revenue.
Join us on Wednesday March 29th and learn from Tax Rep Network Founder, Eric Green, how to build and scale an IRS representation practice, either as part of your existing practice or use it to launch a whole new practice. In this special program, you will learn the exact strategies, systems and technology solutions Eric uses to run and grow a $5 million IRS representation practice.
The program will provide a proven plan for implementing:
- Best practices to attract profitable clients.
- Client onboarding protocols.
- How to systemize the whole process so staff can get the work done.
- Actual examples of cases so you can see how the process and formula works.
- An effective tech stack to manage the whole circus!
Plus, Eric will provide insider tips based on his most effective marketing techniques, pricing models, client management processes and strategies for dealing with the IRS, all while making more money and maintaining work-life balance.
PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW TO REGISTER FOR THE PROGRAM.
REMINDER: THE PROGRAM IS FREE. NO CLE OR CE/CPE.
Eric L. Green, Esq.
Founder of Tax Rep Network
For more than three decades, attorney and TRN founder Eric Green has been helping taxpayers successfully navigate some of the most serious IRS representation cases. As a nationally recognized, in-demand expert in IRS resolution, Eric continually mentors and trains hundreds of accountants and attorneys looking to grow their own tax representation practices to create a new revenue stream while helping taxpayers and business owners resolve critical financial problems. He is also the author of multiple books and technical tax guides, including the most recent, How to Build a Million Dollar Tax Resolution Practice.