Time: June 11, 2009 from 9:30am to 10:30am
Location: Your computer - it's a webinar!
Website or Map: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/…
Event Type: webinar, knowledge, training, education, business, development
Organized By: Sue Copening
Latest Activity: Jun 4, 2009
Tax Strategies: Entertainment, Presentation & Marketing!
... could you deduct ALL the fun you have?
... could having fun increase your net worth?
... increase your sales?
The GAO (Government Accountability Office) studies show that American's OVER pay their taxes by thousands every year. Could YOU be one of them? We're guessing you might be since they determined in 2008 that the "typical" small buisness person overpaid by $11,000, on average.
You need to know the RULES and keep the right RECORDS. While this webinar is not tax "advice" (we can't know your unique circumstances and situation), this will give you a "heads up" as to the typical deductions available to a typical business person.
This webinar will delve more deeply into the details of how to properly take both ENTERTAINMENT and PRESENTATION expenses, as well as how to properly document them.
We will also cover MARKETING STRATEGIES that tie directly to these deductions... thus putting money in your pocket TWO ways...
** keeping more
** making more
This will be INTER-ACTIVE and those who wish to can ask questions, or possibly chat with the moderator/presenter.
Register below to insure you get a reminder of THIS... and future webinars.
This Webinar is held every week on Thursday, from:
May 14, 2009 to Jun 25, 2009 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM EDT
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Once registered you will receive an email confirming your registration with information you need to join the Webinar.
Let's start deducting more FUN!
NOTE: This webinar is part of an expanded series.
To learn some of the "basics" ... listen to this recorded webinar now...
>> Recorded: "Tax Strategies - Increase your Net Worth!"
...this webinar will show you how you can potentially increase your net worth by thousands, and possible hundreds of thousands, without making more money.