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Creative Financial Planning for Independents
Monday, August 29, 2011; ends at 9:00 PM (EDT)
New York, United States
DUE TO UNCERTAIN WEATHER CONDITIONS THIS COURSE HAS BEEN POSTPONED. PLEASE CHECK BACK HERE FOR UPDATES ON FUTURE OFFERINGS.
Need to create an accounting system?
As an independent or freelancer accounting can often seem overwhelming. The trick is to find a system that works for you. Learn how to plan out a system for book-keeping that works for you and benefits your business. Create a plan to keep from getting overwhelmed. Streamline your income and expenses into a fine-oiled machine.
Need to get creative with your tax planning?
Many small businesses are unaware how to best take advantage of tax benefits. What does/doesn't qualify as a write-off? Are you maximizing your return on investment?
Are you a Sole Proprietor or a LLC? C-Corp or an S-Corp?
Learn the necessary state and local bureaucracy to start a business. (Eg. Incorporation) Knowing what type business fits for your company can make all the difference come tax time.
Learning through doing
In this workshop we'll discuss the topics above in the context of creating a fictional company. We'll discuss the perils and pitfalls and also the benefits. After two hours you'll have a better grasp of what it takes to make a company fiscally solvent. You'll also have a better understanding of the tax code and how to work it to your company's advantage in order to maximize profit.
About the Instructor
Cameron Keng is a professional tax accountant that seeks to provide value to the firm through the practice of tax. He is currently in the process of creating an educational tool.
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No one masters self employment without help from others. As more and more people pursue independent careers, the need for structure, education, and shared accountability grows accordingly. Just as industries have risen to accommodate the needs of a white collar employed workforce, so too will new services be built for the new independent workforce.
To this end, we provide a platform that allows participants to to create programs that are geared toward this goal. These efforts take the forms of classes, workshops, coworking sessions, mentorships, speaker series, and more. The program is driven by a core belief that each participant has something to teach and something to learn from everyone else.
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