• Local Demographics
  • Your Visibility
  • Location
  • Type of Building
  • Convenience

If you are thinking of opening a tax preparation office, or expanding your current business, there are a few things you may want to consider.

Local Demographics

You certainly want to make sure there are plenty of people in your local area. By federal law, everyone files a tax return. Make sure you set your tax business up in a high populated area. The more people you help, the more money you make.

Your Visibility

Be sure you are located close to a busy street. It’s important to have your business visible from the road. Having a business sign by the road is definitely a plus.

Location

Look for retail stores located close to your location. Being located close to public transportation can also help bring in customers. Remember, high traffic areas will surely bring in customers.

Type of Building

While looking for a building, you want to consider finding one with a short-term lease. After all, tax preparation is a seasonal business. Consider leasing a space inside an established business. Be sure to check your internet providers in the area. You’ll want to get the most for your money.

Convenience

It would be ideal to be located on the taxpayer's way home from work. Having a small parking lot directly in front of your business is always good. Give your tax filers the convenience of not having to walk in a huge parking lot.

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