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Business tax returns

Saw your response on my post regarding profitability of straight 1040 vs business tax returns. We've emailed each other off-forum in years past, so I have some idea of the marketing plan you utilize, and appreciate you're sharing your response rates on the forum. I guess I'm just curious about your assessment on the profitability of various types of tax returns. When I originally started my business, small business bookkeeping and tax returns were my target market. But I'm increasingly finding at tax time that many small business owners have bookkeeping details to review and revise before we can ever get started on the return, and so their Schedule C, in the end, takes more time than the rest of the tax return. And yet I only get roughly an extra $100 for those returns--when I could use the same extra hour or so to punch out one or two 'straight returns' for double or triple the revenue. Do you find this to be the case? How do you handle business owners who don't have you do the bookkeeping during the year, and then bring in the stack of stuff that turns into an hour or more of review, revising, adding up, etc.???

Anchorman 13:50, 2 June 2009 (CDT)

You might get better/more responses over in the Practice Mgt/Bus Growth forum

Most tax software questions are asked in the practice management/business growth forum, so the people who frequent that forum may be more interested in your question and/or better able to respond with some helpful input. I'll move your question from the tax forum over to PM/BG in a little while to see if someone has more to add (since I'm the only one responding on the tax forum, and I'm grasping at straws for you). You'll still be able to get to your discussion via the "my contributions" link at the top right corner of your screen, both before and after any move.

Trillium 16:38, 28 January 2010 (CST)


I was wondering where I might be able to determine more information on study material and start up requirements for ABV. Thank you

Mike/Fort wayne

After tax season, I would like to perhaps have a 15 minute practice management call where we could exchange some ideas.

Would you be interested?

My direct E mail is matt AT MattJelnickyCPA dot com (spam prevention)



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