National Tax Training School Releases Revised Edition of “Building, Marketing and Operating a Profitable Tax Practice”

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The release of “Building, Marketing, and Operating a Profitable Tax Practice,” offers people interested in careers in tax preparation a comprehensive manual to accompany the National Tax Training School’s coursework, specifically developed for distance learning.

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National Tax Training School

A practical, step-by-step working guide to running a successful, efficient, and lucrative professional tax practice.

Just in time for the start of the 2013 tax season National Tax Training School has announced the release of the newly revised edition of “Building, Marketing, and Operating a Profitable Tax Practice,” a practical, step-by-step working guide to running a successful, efficient, and lucrative professional tax practice.

A comprehensive manual written and revised by experts from the National Tax Training School, “Building, Marketing and Operating a Profitable Tax Practice” is almost 300 pages of tested and proven ideas, methods and techniques to help readers quickly build a burgeoning part-time or full-time tax practice and maintain it for the long-term.

The book complements the National Tax Training School’s complete tax course, a fully accredited program that teaches students everything they need to begin working as a tax preparation specialist. The course is also a popular option for individuals who simply want to save money by doing their own personal tax returns.

One of the tax world’s best-kept secrets, the nationally accredited National Tax Training School was established in 1952. The school’s acclaimed Federal Income Tax course has trained more than 40,000 people over its 61 year history.

Topics covered in “Building, Marketing, and Operating a Profitable Tax Practice” include:

  •     How to create a reputation as a skilled, astute tax practitioner.
  •     How to attract clients, and convert them into repeat clients.
  •     How to comply with rough tax preparer provisions.
  •     How to attract the most profitable type of clients.
  •     How to set and collect fees.
  •     How to streamline office procedures for greatest efficiency.
  •     How to expertly and successfully handle IRS audits.
  •     How to find the best deal in buying, merging, or selling a tax practice, and much more.

National Tax Training School’s distance learning courses are complete and comprehensive, not just simple test preparation programs.

Upon completing the National Tax Training School’s Federal Income Tax Course, students will have the knowledge and understanding to prepare individual and small business tax returns for clients anywhere, and to start and operate their own tax practice, or accept a position with an accounting or tax preparation firm. No previous tax experience is necessary, and students can complete the course and earn their certificate in as little as eight weeks.

In addition to the Federal Income Tax Course, National Tax Training School offers the Higher Course in Federal Taxes, which provides advanced training for persons who have considerable experience in the tax field and helps prepare them for the IRS Special Enrollment Examination. Completion of this course equips students to prepare taxes for partnerships, corporations and fiduciaries.

Residents of California are required to have a California Tax Preparer License. National Tax Training School offers the California Tax Preparer Course specifically to meet this need, equipping students to prepare taxes for individuals and small businesses in compliance with Federal and California State taxation laws. The course is approved by the California Tax Education Council (CTEC).

National Tax Training School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the Distance Education and Training Council (DETC), Washington D.C. The Accrediting Commission of the DETC is listed by the U.S. Department of Education as a nationally recognized accrediting agency, and is a recognized member of the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

“Building, Marketing, and Operating a Profitable Tax Practice,” is available through the National Tax Training School website, Amazon.com, and Barnes and Noble. For more information, visit the National Tax Training School website, Email info(at)nationaltax(dot)edu, or call 800-914-8138.

About National Tax Training School:

National Tax Training School is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of the DETC, and has maintained this prestigious accreditation since 1965. The commission is officially recognized by the U.S. Department of Education as the nationally recognized accrediting agency for home study. National Tax Training School is also recognized by the National College Credit Recommendation Service (NCCRS) - University of the State of New York. National Tax Training School courses have been evaluated and recommended for college transfer credits at more than 1,500 accredited colleges and universities across the U.S. by NCCRS.

National Tax Training School is fully approved by the New Jersey Department of Military and Veterans Affairs for the training of veterans and other eligible persons nationally. National Tax Training School also sponsors educational programs which are offered by DANTES to members of the armed services.

With its administrative offices located in Mahwah, New Jersey, the National Tax Training School has trained students from all 50 U.S. states and abroad. National Tax Training School is also approved by the California Tax Education Council as a provider for Qualifying and Continuing Education training that meets the California requirements (CTEC Provider Number is 1025 (QE - Distance)). The National Tax Training School is recognized by the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards as a qualified sponsor of continuing education. National Tax Training School also meets the requirements of The Alliance of Cambridge Advisors (ACA®), which requires new members without a tax background to take a tax course prior to attending the group instruction.

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