What is Empowered Tax
Empowered Tax (“ET”), is a service mark owned by Empowered Tax LLC. It is the brand under which the member firms of Empowered Tax Relief LLC, Empowered Tax Accounting LLC, and Empowered Tax Law LLC (collectively, “ET Network”) operate and provide professional services. Together, these firms form the ET Network. ‘Empowered Tax’ is often used to refer to individual firms within the network.
ET does not practice accountancy, law, or provide services to clients. Rather its purpose is to act as a coordinating entity for member firms in the ET Network. Focusing on key areas such as strategy and brand, the Empowered Tax LLC leadership team develop and implement policies and initiatives to achieve a common and coordinated approach among individual firms where appropriate.
Member firms can use the Empowered Tax name and draw on the resources and methodologies of the ET network. In addition, member firms may draw upon the resources of other member firms and/or secure the provision of professional services by other member firms and/or other entities. In return, member firms are bound to abide by certain common policies and to maintain the standards of the ET network as put forward by Empowered Tax LLC.
The ET Network is not one partnership and the ET Network member firms are not otherwise legal partners with each other. The ET Network is not a partnership, a single firm, or a corporation. The ET Network consists of member firms which are separate legal entities. The member firms may have legally registered names which contain “Empowered Tax;” however, the firms are not owned by the ET Network or Empowered Tax LLC.
A member firm cannot act as agent of the ET Network or Empowered Tax LLC or any other member firm, cannot obligate the ET Network or Empowered Tax LLC or any other member firm, and is liable only for its own acts or omissions and not those of the ET Network or Empowered Tax LLC or any other member firm. Similarly, the ET Network or Empowered Tax LLC cannot act as an agent of any member firm, cannot obligate any member firm, and is liable only for its own acts or omissions.