Team (Basic): Owner, Admin, Employee Roles

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There are three different roles a firm’s team members can have on TaxDome: Owner, Employee, or Admin. There is only one Owner, but there can be multiple Admins and Employees.

Covered here:

Owner Role

There can be only one Owner. This is the person who initially registered the firm with TaxDome.

An Owner can do any of the following:

  • Access all of TaxDome’s features and accounts—and their access rights cannot be revoked.
  • Ådd and delete team members.
  • Choose roles for team members (admin or employee).
  • Select employees’ access rights.
  • Manage subscription.
  • Change payment method.

Admin Role

An Admin is a person an Owner transfers firm management rights to. Like an Owner, an Admin has immediate access to all of TaxDome’s features and accounts. They can also add new employees and select access rights for them.

However, an Admin cannot do any of the following:

  • Set or change the roles of team members (e.g., change an Employee to an Admin, or vice versa).
  • Add and delete Admins.
  • Manage subscription.
  • Change payment method.

Employee Role

Depending on their responsibilities, Employees are given different access rights on TaxDome. The Owner and Admin choose which access rights they should have during the registration process. Access rights can be changed or added at any time. Read more about employee access rights here.

An Employee’s usage remains limited until they have client account access. When adding an Employee, you can do one of the following:

An Employee cannot do any of the following:

  • Change their own or others’ access rights.
  • Give other team members access to accounts—unless they have been given Assign teammates access rights.

Setting or Changing a Role

An Owner can set or change a role when adding a team member or at any time. To change a team member’s role:

1. Go to Settings, select Team & Plans in the menu bar, click on the three dots to the far right of the team member’s name, then click Edit.

2. Select the new role for the team member in the drop-down, then confirm by clicking Continue.

3. Click Save.

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