What Does a Eagle Tax Franchise Cost?

Cash Required:$50,000 - $50,000
Net Worth Required:$50,000
Total Investment:$20,000 - $60,000

Eagle Tax Franchise Information:

Why Eagle Tax

Tax preparation is recession-resistant since every working individual must file a return every year, regardless of the economy. According to recent IRS data, nearly 134 million federal income tax returns are filed annually, more than 60 percent of which are filed by a professional tax preparer. As an Eagle Tax franchise owner, you can take advantage of this growing business opportunity. Because many customers are intimidated by tax regulations and have little time to spare for tax preparation, Eagle Tax has created a convenient, easy solution to meet their needs.

Eagle Tax Advantages
The Eagle Tax advantages include low start-up costs, no inventory requirements, nationwide prime territories available for multi-unit development with flexible retail formats, an established and proven software system, and our comprehensive training program that allows our franchisees to file tax returns without having prior tax experience.

Retail Centers
The right store front and location are critical to building brand recognition and attracting customers. Eagle's professional store environment is designed to attract attention and communicate to customers the variety of services we offer. Whether you are looking to develop a storefront Eagle Tax center or leverage your existing real estate by adding an Eagle Tax Kiosk, Eagle Tax has flexible retail formats that will meet your needs. Eagle Tax is one of the lowest cost retail franchise opportunities in the market today. For a standalone center, Eagle Tax offers a very reasonable method for entrepreneurs to take advantage of the growing tax preparation business. We have territories available for retail centers throughout the United States.


Eagle Tax Storefront Center
Our franchise fees are lower than the national brand-name providers, and our retail centers are not only superior but very affordable.

Eagle Tax Kiosk
Unlike many other tax preparers who just set up a desk in a lobby, Eagle Tax has created a professional environment that gives our they need to feel comfortable and confident will be prepared in a professional manner.

Franchise Support
Eagle's proven franchise system is an integrated program designed to make your entrance into the tax industry easier than doing it on your own. With over 80 years of collective franchising experience, the Eagle Tax support team is with you every step of the way. Our support system teaches you how the business works, how to use the resources available to you and how to market your business professionally. This enables you to spend your time developing your business rather than figuring out how to operate the business.

All franchisees are provided:

  • Assistance with site selection, store design and construction
  • Turnkey system complete with furniture, fixtures, equipment, tax software and office supplies
  • Training, ongoing operational support and marketing support

Franchise Candidates
Our franchisees are independent business people who are looking for a system and guidance on how to operate their own businesses without the trial and error associated with doing it on their own. They enjoy the freedom and rewards of operating their own businesses while limiting the risks associated with a start-up opportunity. The ideal candidate for an Eagle Tax Service franchise understands the value of operating within a franchise system and also the need for retail tax preparation.

If this sounds like you, then you are ready to take the next steps. Please request more information today and a development representative will guide you through the due diligence process.

Please note this franchise is currently not accepting inquiries from HI, IL, ME, or WI. Interested parties should have at least $50K to invest.

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Please Note:

Eagle Tax is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Washington, Vermont, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Dakota, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Dakota, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Michigan, Maryland, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Idaho, Iowa, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska.

Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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