Micala Ricketts
Micala Ricketts

Figuring out how to price your tax resolution services can be difficult. You don’t want to charge too little and sell yourself short, but you also don’t want to charge so much that potential clients go to your competition instead. Many factors are involved in setting pricing: which services you offer, what kind of clients you help, your billing method, etc.

To try to make tax resolution pricing easier, for the past three years we’ve surveyed tax professionals across the country and asked them tons of questions about how they price their services. We asked them about Offer in Compromise, Penalty Abatement, Innocent Spouse, Installment Agreement, Liens and Levies services, and Trust Fund Recovery. Here are a few insights we gained from 2019’s survey:

  • 72% of respondents said they charge flat fees for services rather than by the hour.
  • Trust Fund Recovery was the most lucrative service.
  • On average, respondents who took on 10 or more tax resolution cases per month, charged more than $3,000 per case. 

293_x_382To learn more about these numbers, as well as check out more of the insights we gained and see how you compare to other tax professionals, download the free report.

 

 

 

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