Client Relationships How Can You Decrease the Dilemma of Setting Your Tax Preparation Fees? Read the Article Open Share Drawer Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window) Written by Tara Stratton Modified Oct 19, 2017 1 min read We often hear from tax professionals that setting fees for your clients is a very complicated and difficult task. Whether your practice uses hourly pricing, value pricing or some mixture of the two, it’s often hard to set your own fees without knowing what others in the profession charge for similar services. We’ve heard from you that you use word of mouth from other accountants, industry research, input from clients, and even some trial and error in an effort to set your fees in a way that works for you and your clients. Intuit® ProConnect™ has a new tool that gives you more information to help you set your fees quickly and easily. Using data from the National Association of Tax Professionals, we’ve put together a tax fee wizard to help you skip the guesswork. Answer just three questions, and you’ll find out what peers with similar designations and experience are charging for their tax services so that you can make better decisions about your own fees. We hope this new tool helps saves you time and gives you more confidence in the fees you set for your services. If you have feedback about the tool, please leave us a comment below! Previous Post Meet the Freelancers and How They are Changing the World… Next Post Tips to Help Your Clients Pay for College Written by Tara Stratton Tara Stratton is a marketing manager for Intuit® ProConnect™, where she has worked since 2015. She earned her MBA from Southern Methodist University. In her free time, she enjoys running, camping, traveling, and spending time with her friends, family, and dog. More from Tara Stratton 3 responses to “How Can You Decrease the Dilemma of Setting Your Tax Preparation Fees?” Would be nice to see this within product. When I log into my account I was hoping to see the link to the tool. Thanks for the feedback, Joe. We’ll see what we can do! Ideally for me it will be a situation when I finish preparing a. Lie to tax return, when I hit my pricing, appears right there different statically options from similar Return. Then viewing what others could charge or has been charged for similar scenario, to price mine!. This will give me an assurance I am not outline!, creating confident in me trough my software tool! Browse Related Articles Client Relationships Key Resources as You’re Setting Your Rates for Th… Practice Management How do your tax prep fees stack up? Advisory Services Intuit® Accountants releases Tax Planning and Advisory… Advisory Services Infographic: Imagine the possibilities with bundled ser… Advisory Services The Path to Advisory: Positioning and pricing your advi… Practice Management 5 tips for better tax planning Practice Management How to choose a legitimate ERC referral partner Practice Management Help Your Clients With Delayed Refunds and Audits Grow your practice Pay-by-Refund: Good for You and Good for Your Clients Client Relationships How to Get Paid – on Time!