Tax Resolution Success Show

A weekly Business, Careers and Management podcast featuring Michael Rozbruch
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Dr. Patty Ann Tublin is an internationally acclaimed relationship, emotional intelligence and communication expert. She is that rare individual who seamlessly moves among  corporations, entrepreneurs and individuals creating business and person
Scott Zarret is a CPA who went to school at the University of Maryland and is the founder of They are the largest provider of free continuing education to the accounting profession and have over 365,000 members. Scott comes fro
Chris Rivera is the director of client relations and business development at Entigrity, a leading offshore solutions provider to the tax and accounting space. Chris’s background had always been in client relations. He came from the corporate wo
Jaime Buchwald is the Co-founder and CEO of Pitbull Tax Software, which is the premier software used by tax resolution professionals and the industry in general. Jaime originally created his software company because he originally had the same p
Justin Miller’s agency runs a marketing company that does both online and print marketing. Before the agency, Justin was a disc jockey and he grew that business for 20 years. Around the 15th year, Justin decided that he really wanted to focus o
Jim Dew specializes in working with owner/founder entrepreneurs. Most financial advisors and wealth management people will work with anyone who has money, but there are unique problems and opportunities facing entrepreneurs. His ideal client is
Tech led the markets in 2020, and without that sector, the S&P and DOW would likely have been flat or down. Roland sees tech as continuing to be strong in 2021, in particular areas like software as a service, the internet of things, augmented a
Raised in poverty and surrounded by dysfunction, Andre Norman gravitated towards his neighborhood gang and eventually found himself facing over 100 years in a maximum security prison. Andre had an epiphany in prison, chose to seek success throu
The Tax Resolution Success Summit Virtual 2020 is the country’s only direct response marketing, sales, and business mastery event that’s 100% devoted to starting or scaling a lucrative tax resolution business. This is a full-on live studio prod
Paul Colligan has switched seats with Michael for this episode of the podcast to ask some very important questions about the future of the tax resolution industry. [1:15] How do tax resolution practitioners get ready when we don’t have an idea
Angela and Michael have known each other for a long time and they’ve been referring clients to each other for years. [2:50] Good credit is one of the best assets you can have. The US has a unique credit system that allows you to leverage your c
Larry and Michael go back nearly twenty years. Larry began the American Society of Tax Problem Solvers to specifically foster education in the area of tax resolution. It’s a place where practitioners can learn and also meet other people in the
Christine and Michael go back all the way to 1998, when Michael was buying huge numbers of names from Christine started out in 1996 while working for a trucking company, where a friend shared the latest technological advance w
The godfather of tax resolution is the featured guest of the podcast today. Robert McKenzie is the guy that leading attorneys and CPAs turn to when they have criminal tax defense cases they need help with. Robert has a unique perspective into t
Jeffrey Schneider has a tax and accounting service, but he also has a separate company that helps taxpayers with tax resolution and solving their IRS problems. [3:40] When Michael presented the Audit Protection Plan, the first thing that Jeffre
Ben Golden lives in Thomasville, Alabama, which is a town of only 1800 people. He sold his practice in Florida five years ago and purchased a construction company, but he wanted to get back into the business, just not the compliance side. He sa
Chris Micklatcher started off as a lawyer in Portland, Maine, focusing on estate planning and tax work. The transition to tax resolution came 30 years ago when a client came into his office that needed some help with his back taxes. Back then,
Ken Mullinax had always wanted to have his own business but was a bit of a late bloomer. He started going to college full-time while he was working full-time in his late 30’s and got his degree in accounting. His first step was to leave his fac
Patrick Sheehan graduated from law school in 1987 and his first job was for the IRS. He had plenty of responsibilities and treated the five years he worked there as additional education. When he turned 29 he left the IRS to teach at the law sch
Jong Lee is a CPA and also has a doctorate in Business Administration. He’s been a teacher and has taught both accounting and taxes. Several years ago, he took on tax resolution in Los Angeles and that really opened his eyes. His previous exper
You can be the smartest person in the world but that doesn’t guarantee success. The most successful people today share one common trait which is hard work. [3:15] Peter Marchiano is a CPA and started his accounting practice in the 80’s. As tech
Sandra Mullinax’s husband Ken was a revenue officer with the IRS for seven years. After working with the IRS Ken approached Sandra about going out on his own to help people with tax resolution and they both decided to make a go of it. Sandra no
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