Archive for the ‘Tax Lien Marketing Tips’ Category

2015 Expanded Coverage

2015 Expanded Coverage

Big news! Just recently we've dramatically expanded our geographic coverage for where our IRS tax lien records are available. How'd we do it? We hired researchers to physically visit hundreds of county offices each week. This is a very, very big deal. If you buy our lists it'll give you an edge over your competition. High-quality lists available sooner and still at very low prices... it's a no-brainer to contact us today. Some of our newly available states & counties: North Carolina - Mecklenburg - Wake - Guilford - Forsyth - Durham - Gaston - Cumberland - Alamance - dozens more New York - Suffolk - Onondaga - Nassau - we already cover NYC & other NY counties Virginia - Arlington - Loudoun - Henrico - Prince William - Richmond - Chesterfield - Virginia Beach New Jersey - ...

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Quality, Quantity and Pricing of IRS Liens

Quality, Quantity and Pricing of IRS Liens

Answering Your Three Big Questions Here at FederalTaxLienSearch.com we help Tax Problem Resolution professionals reach fresh new lien recipients. It's what works the best at our tax practice and we want to share best practices with other professionals. There's no shortage of work to be done helping taxpayers and we can't eat the whole pie ourselves. I enjoy running this site because I frequently get to speak with new tax professionals and entrepreneurs. Sometimes it's a fresh EA looking for a few hundred  records a month and other times it's the owner of a nationwide firm seeking thousands a week. The conversation always moves ...

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Credit Card Factoring & Merchant Cash Advance

Credit Card Factoring & Merchant Cash Advance

We've recently had several new customers buying our IRS tax lien leads from the Accounts Receivable Financing and Business Cash Advance Industries. Most of our marketing list clients are tax problem resolution practice owners (CPA's, EA's and JD's), but it makes sense that other professionals are seeking out fresh IRS federal tax lien recipients since they're such a valuable source of new business. There are millions of individuals and businesses with tax problems in the US. Whether it's a local medical office, convenience store, restaurant, or even a multi-million dollar industrial firm, plenty of businesspeople that accept payments through credit cards ...

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Three Steps to Get Started

Three Steps to Get Started

Jump Start Your Marketing Campaign My name's Andrew Schaefer and I'm an Enrolled Agent here in Orlando, Florida. I run Insight Tax Services and fix people's IRS tax problems everyday as my "main gig." In my road to building my successful practice, I learned about what works and what doesn't to reach new clients. The plain truth: Big faceless data brokers mostly sell pretty crummy marketing lists. Their records are usually at least a few weeks old, they have big minimum order amounts, and sometimes their records aren't even real IRS liens! When my friends in the business started asking me ...

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IRS Tax Lien Record Counts

IRS Tax Lien Record Counts

How to Request IRS Tax Lien Record Counts Practitioners regularly call asking for the number of records available for IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien recipients. The number is based on several criterion customers use as filters.   1. The state or metro area of the court where it was filed. - We currently collect tax liens in Florida, Ohio, New York City, Georgia, New Jersey and Texas   (2016 update: we now cover most of the country!). - Other areas can be added upon request and after subsequent research for availability. 2. The dollar amount of the tax lien. - $5k or $10k is the most common ...

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Search IRS Federal Tax Liens

Search IRS Federal Tax Liens

Search For IRS Tax Lien Records The majority of the emails and calls we receive at FederalTaxLienSearch.com are from Enrolled Agents, CPAs and Attorneys seeking IRS Federal Tax Lien lists for marketing purposes. But aside from tax pros, we also hear from taxpayers inquiring about their own IRS Tax Lien. There are free online resources which can help individual taxpayers get a copy of their IRS Notice of Federal Tax Lien. Here are a few ways to find these records yourself (but first, a word from our sponsor). 1. Call Insight Tax Services. My name is Andrew R. Schaefer and I'm an Enrolled Agent ...

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Attorney Marketing Issues

Attorney Marketing Issues

Tax Problem Resolution Attorney Advertising Restrictions If you're a lawyer, you likely know that there are significant Bar Association marketing rules to protect the public from unscrupulous counsel. Here in Florida, there is a plethora of rules one must abide by in order to stay within the regulations and keep one's ability to practice law. Keep in mind that I am not an attorney- I'm an Enrolled Agent- and this should not be considered legal advice. Make sure to perform additional research before relying on the following information. Each state has its own rules to abide by, but let's discuss Florida since ...

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Write Your Tax Lien Marketing Letter

Write Your Tax Lien Marketing Letter

Write Your Tax Lien Marketing Letter I've spoken with several tax resolution practitioners that confidently declare they will build their practice with direct mail to emulate successful practices. Unfortunately, some get stuck when they have to design and write their mail piece. Let's break down the process so you don't join the ranks of the dreamers that stay asleep. First and foremost, you want to put yourself in the shoes of the person who, just days before, received a Certified Letter from the IRS notifying them that their property is now subject to a Federal Tax Lien. Imagine that, what a scary ...

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Intro to Tax Lien Mailings

Intro to Tax Lien Mailings

If you're a tax practitioner, sending mail to potential clients with a recently filed Notice of Federal Tax Lien is the proverbial "lowest hanging fruit" of your marketing campaign. These individuals have an immediate need for extensive tax services, and they usually have no idea where to turn and what their options are. The opportunity for your business is clear. If you're subscribing to our lists and sending out mail to your regional market, you can often be the first letter in their mailbox offering tax problem resolution services. Our own tax business mailer sometimes even beats the IRS Federal Tax ...

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