The secret to building a bustling tax practice is to go where the clients are — especially when filing season is reaching a fever pitch.
For Rock & Hammer Tax Service, a New York accounting firm, this means packing up a truck every day, cranking up some rock music and heading to midtown Manhattan.
There, the firm's accountants field a variety of queries from people on the street.
Questions range from "How do I set up my small business for payroll and sales taxes?" to "I haven't filed with IRS in six or seven years. Where do I start?"