After the rush of tax season, many tax preparers find themselves searching for other income streams. The tax off-season can be a big challenge for tax preparers trying to maintain a steady income and secure a stable financial situation. The goal of course is to always be able to afford the necessities and live comfortably: mortgage, utilities, car payments, a family vacation (or two), etc.
To achieve this, some tax preparers consider taking on an alternate job to supplement their income May through December. A few common options that provide stability include: freelance bookkeeping for another company(s), running payroll for small businesses, creating professional education (CPE) classes, doing estate planning, selling other financial products, etc.
One issue all these side-incomes have in common is investment; they require investing a lot of time and money to become trained and licensed in a whole other financial services field. Some tax preparers have turned to a completely different option in the off-season – credit repair services. This option allows them to be profitable year-round, and choose the when, where and how it fits their personal and financial goals.
Why Tax Professional are Choosing Credit Repair
The following are just a few of …