Top Emerging Franchise to Cut Fees for Veterans and First Responders

G.I. Tax has been featured by Franchising USA before for putting a new spin on tax preparation and for offering great services and support for Veterans. To celebrate the company now being listed as a top emerging franchise, they are cutting franchise fees by 50% for all Veterans and first responders who submit an application before March 31.

Veterans who are interested in buying a franchise can get a discount on their franchise fee anytime of the year, but this year G.I. Tax has decided to cut it by 50% and open it up to all first responders, retired or active, and their spouses. This comes after a year of Americans needing financial relief from Covid-19 and as the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 falls upon us this year.

Applications must be submitted March 31, 2021 to qualify.

 

Become a Member of the G.I. Tax Family

According to IBIS World, the tax preparation business is a $11 billion dollar industry and is expected to grow 20% annually over the next 10 years.

G.I. Tax CEO Glenn Sandler said becoming a franchise owner with G.I. Tax “would be the perfect transition into the workforce,” for Veterans.

“Being A G.I. Tax franchisee and using the tools and training provided, you will have the income to live the life of your dreams. Imagine the freedom to do what you want, when you want to. Having the time to coach your kid’s little league team and never missing a dance recital ever again. Being a G.I. Tax franchisee will make that a reality. You can live your life financially independent and live the life you deserve, your American Dream,” he said.

 

What Makes G.I. Tax Different?

“The G.I. Tax business model is to make 100% of our customers happy, 100% of the time,” added Sandler. “The Tax Prep industry needed a new concept in taking care of customers very different than ‘the way it has always been done’. We have modeled our approach to customer service after the Disney company and our office consistency standards after McDonalds, two leaders in both respects.

“We understand that the trust we earn from customers does not just come with preparing an income tax return once a year. The tax preparation industry for years has been a “Wham Bam, See You Next Year” business with tax offices closing from April until January, leaving customers no place to go for financial advice after ‘tax season’. G.I. Tax offices are open all year long, to be there when our customers want and need us there.”

G.I. Tax is the first in the industry to offer their “Patriot Bar” services to tax customers that allow for free financial advice twelve months a year, without charge, just for being a customer. Services include notary services, financial advice, credit counseling, helping with FAFSA applications, court financial statements, and, of course, tax advice.

 

The G.I. Tax Commitment

“We are committed to your success, that means we will do whatever is necessary to assist you and your new franchise to be successful,” said Sandler.

G.I. Tax professionals training goes far beyond product training. They will train you to understand their philosophy on the customer engagement process from the initial customer contact to the post season engagement and understand their marketing strategies, customer service polices and other proven methods of success. G.I. Tax also offers a 24/365 support department for their franchisees, so they are there when you need them.

“We are not just a tax preparation company; G.I. Tax is a people company,” added Sandler. “We know from experience investing in a franchise is a big decision, most likely one of the most important decisions in you and your family’s life. Our commitment is to do whatever is necessary to take the stress out of your decision. Success is our passion and is the base of our foundation. As with the United States Military, “Failure is not an option” anything we can do help, we will.”

 

The G.I. Tax mission

The G.I. Tax mission is to be able to make a difference and become one of the largest supporters of Veterans and other governmental warriors’ (such as police, firefighters and teachers) charities. Their ultimate goal is for G.I. Tax to prepare one million tax returns companywide.

“When that becomes a reality, G.I. Tax will be able to contribute between 10 and 20 million dollars annually to support our heroes,” concluded Sandler. “Join in the mission, become a part of history and invest in a G.I. Tax franchise. Make a difference.”

 

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