How To Get The Most Out Of The New Tax Law If You Are Self-Employed
Regardless of what you think about it, there have been MAJOR changes to the tax law.
But savvy entrepreneurs understand that with change comes opportunity.
The Tax Cuts Act was the biggest overhaul to the tax system in 3 decades. It has fundamentally changed the tax game for self-employed people.
In fact, if you know what to do, these are some of the best tax savings for self employed people that we have ever seen!
The media has been mostly talking about the changes for individuals and big business.
We haven’t seen anyone give a simple explanation of the way the game has changed for small business owners. So that’s what we want to do for you. Because, If you don’t know what is in this law, then you won’t get the savings you deserve. In fact, if you don’t take action now, you will most likely pay more than you should.
Come join us for a webinar with Former IRS attorney, Sandy Botkin.
On this webinar he will teach you what the new tax law means for your business and he’ll explain it in plain english!
Plus, you will learn what you need to start doing different in your business this year.
You can’t afford to wait for your accountant to teach you about the tax changes. Your accountant is about to enter the busy season for filing 2017 taxes. They don’t have time to learn all the nuances of the new tax code let alone teach it, until after April 15th…
By then you might have missed out on some major deductions. So, come join us for this webinar!
About your presenter: Sandy Botkin is a former IRS attorney. He is also a CPA and a best selling author of several books on finance and small business tax strategy. He is also a co-founder of Taxbot. Sandy has helped millions of self-employed people save on their taxes over the last 30 years.
About Taxbot: Taxbot is an app that helps automate mileage and expense tracking for self-employed people. And it does it according to IRS rules so you can rest easy knowing that you could win in an audit. Learn more at https://taxbot.com