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Slide 1: ==== ==== Suspect You're Overpaying Property Taxes? http://96c0cya0k9j7j3zljvl8pmyj2w.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=TAX TIME ==== ==== A: It's very common (and a good business practice) for tax preparers to have staff prepare your tax return. You want to make sure the other people working on your return have the same level of expertise. Q3: What is your tax return review process? A: Tax preparers who are focused on reducing your taxes will have this built into their review process. Usually it involves having another experienced tax preparer review the return solely for the purpose of finding ways to reduce your taxes. Q4: What would you have done differently on my past tax return? A: Show the tax preparer you are interviewing your prior year tax return. Creative tax preparers will be able to give you at least one idea of what you can do to reduce your taxes by looking at your tax return for just a few minutes. If it's creativity you are after, this is a great question to ask! But don't expect the tax preparer to give you all the details right then and there - that's why you pay them! Q5: How much can you save me in taxes? A: While it's difficult for any tax preparer to answer this in just a few minutes of looking at your past tax return, it is possible for them to know if they can save you taxes after spending 30 minutes with you. Q6: What deadlines do you impose on clients? A: This may seem like an odd question for minimizing your taxes but it has a direct impact. If your tax preparer allows you to provide your information a week before the tax return is due, it's very unlikely that the tax preparer will have the time to focus on your return to truly minimize your taxes. Tax preparers that want to reduce your taxes want your tax return information early and will communicate that to you. Q7: What recent tax law changes should I be aware of? A: To minimize your taxes, your tax preparer needs to know the tax law inside and out, in which includes the latest changes. Your tax preparer needs to be able to answer this question without hesitation. ANSWER #2: Minimizing tax return preparation fees Your tax preparer needs to:
Slide 2: - Focus on the tax work and recommend someone else for the non-tax work (such as bookkeeping). - Request tax information in a certain format. - Require you to input your information online. HERE ARE TWO (2) QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR TAX PREPARER REGARDING MINIMIZING RETURN PREPARATION FEES TO DETERMINE IF IT'S A GOOD FIT: Q1: What can I do to reduce my tax return preparation fees? A: To minimize your tax return preparation fees, your tax preparer always needs to have your fees in mind. Ask your tax preparer what you can do to reduce your fees. If you don't get at least 2 suggestions, your tax preparer probably isn't thinking about how to keep your fees low. Common suggestions include: - Have someone other than the tax preparer do your bookkeeping. I am always skeptical when a tax preparer does the bookkeeping. First, they either charge an arm and leg or if they reduce their rates to accommodate you, it means they don't spend their time entirely on tax issues, which could indicate their tax skills aren't up to par. - Organize your information. Don't bring your tax preparer a shoebox! A tax preparer that is really focused on keeping your fees down will have forms, spreadsheets and other tools available for you to use to organize your tax return information. - Enter your information online. Many tax preparers now require clients to input their information online. Accurately entered information can help reduce fees. Caution: Information that is entered inaccurately can increase your fees! Q2: What is your fee structure? A: Your tax preparer needs to be able to answer this question with confidence. Any wavering could indicate that the tax preparer knows the fees are too high for you but just doesn't want to tell you. Unfortunately in these situations, you find out too late! ANSWER #3: Reducing audit risk Your tax preparer needs to: - Know the tax law very well and how to properly report your activity. - Understand the IRS's current "hot buttons" or "red flags." - Offer an audit defense plan. HERE ARE FOUR (4) QUESTIONS YOU SHOULD ASK YOUR TAX PREPARER IN REGARDS TO REDUCING AUDIT RISK TO DETERMINE IF IT'S A GOOD FIT:
Slide 3: Q1: How many audits have you been through and what triggered the audit? A: The most important part of this question is what triggered the audit. If it was triggered by how something was reported, then that may be something the tax preparer had control over (and may be a bad sign for you). Q2: What was the outcome of the audits you have been through? A: A return can be randomly selected for audit or selected because of a certain activity (even though it was reported correctly). So it's important to understand the outcome of the audits. Was additional tax assessed or were there no changes? Additional tax may indicate that something was not reported properly. Q3: Do you offer an audit defense plan? A: Tax preparers that are confident in their work will offer an "insurance" program that covers their professional fees to handle your audit if your return is selected for audit. Q4: What is your tax return review process? A: Although tax returns can be selected randomly for audit, many are selected due to how items are reported on the tax return. Tax preparers who are focused on reducing audit risk will have a review process that includes another tax preparer reviewing your return solely for accuracy of reporting. Be selective with the tax preparer you put on your team. The average savings I find for my clients is over $90,000! Your tax preparer makes a difference! ==== ==== Suspect You're Overpaying Property Taxes? http://96c0cya0k9j7j3zljvl8pmyj2w.hop.clickbank.net/?tid=TAX TIME ==== ====

   
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