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Working from Home as a Tax Preparer

Updated: May 8, 2022

For now, working from home is the new normal for many non-essential workers. Thanks to advances in tax prep software, both new and seasoned tax preparers have been able to make the transition smoothly. Here’s what you’ll want to keep in mind as you set up your new business from home. Finding Your First Tax Clients from Home

With your business ready to go, it’s time to focus on marketing and finding clients. An effective digital marketing strategy for your new tax practice can help you secure clients even under social distancing restrictions. Local search engine optimization, a business website, and strong social media presence will give your business visibility and credibility online.

Becoming a tax preparer and starting your home-based tax preparation business while working remotely is easier than ever before.