Nate Hagerty


A veteran of the tax and accounting industry for two decades — with a focus on digital marketing — Nate Hagerty has established a reputation for straight-talk and results on behalf of members and agency clients, and has become a widely-followed and respected leadership and growth voice to the industry.

Nate created TaxProMarketer in May of 2007 in response to demand for relationship-oriented marketing implementation among his coaching clients. Now, 15 years later, the entire TaxProMarketer agency serves clients in the tax & accounting world all across the United States and Canada. Our clients use our services to build relationships with their prospects & existing clients, as well as to grow the value of their practice (for profits now, and exits later).

Before TaxProMarketer, Nate was the Marketing Director of a regional firm in Virginia. This firm grew from a small $50K/year practice to one which took in over $4MM in fee-based revenue (growing in less than ten years), with offices in Virginia, West Virginia, and Tennessee. From 2003 until 2007, he also worked as a coach and consultant to the tax and accounting industry, helping thousands of other practitioners in the US, Canada, Australia and the UK bring in more clients, and lead their teams well.

Having founded and sold his first business by the age of 30, Mr. Hagerty (a member of Mensa) is a 3-time “40 Under 40” honoree by CPA Practice Advisor (alas, he’s now too dang old), has been published widely in industry publications and is the author & editor of two Amazon bestsellers (Breaking the Tax Code, Vols. 1 & 2).

The TaxProMarketer Digital Dominance Method not only algorithmically optimizes the various online properties for YOUR practice, but integrates Nate’s relationship-building expertise, his passion for effective and clear communication (informed by his English degree from the University of Virginia), and his gift for writing copy that sells.

He has been married for 20+ years (he loves his wife even more now), and has seven children — four of whom they adopted from Ethiopia and Uganda.