Quoting Tax Resolution Fees

5 scenarios with fee quotation breakdowns.

By Jassen Bowman
Tax Resolution Systems

One of the most common questions I get from practitioners adding tax resolution services to their service offerings has to do with fees. Many practitioners see the benefit of offering flat-fee service options, while others choose to stick with their existing hourly fee model.

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These are some example of how I quote fees when running a high-volume tax resolution practice. These scenarios do not represent any one particular client I’ve had. Rather, they each represent dozens of similar situations I’ve worked on. These scenarios are the norm if you’re focusing on 941 representation. For completeness, I’ve also added a 1040 scenario as an example.

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Jassen Bowman

Jassen Bowman EA

About the Author

Jassen Bowman is an Enrolled Agent who spent eight years exclusively representing taxpayers who owe back taxes to the IRS.

 

He has presented over 200 live seminars and webinars to CPAs, EAs, and attorneys on the subjects of IRS Collections representation, practice management, and growing a tax firm.

Boman is the author of several tax books for both consumers and practitioners and is the founder of Tax Marketing HQ.

In his free time, Jassen is an ice dancer and figure skating test judge.

 

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