|Production Date:||July 26 2012|
As an accountant, one of your duties is to advise your clients to avoid making improper financial decisions. Join Accountant Guy McPhail as he discusses the 10 most expensive mistakes business owners make and how you should advise them. Mr. McPhail begins by discussing basic tips such as the advantages of planning, auditing correctly, and choosing the correct business formation. Next, he discusses certain techniques to save money such as utilizing family members as employees and maximizing your medical benefits. Finally, Mr. McPhail concludes by demonstrating how you can maximize your client’s savings through home offices and company cars.
I. Understanding the Advantages of Planning
II. Utilizing the Value of Auditing
III. Choosing the Correct Business Structure
IV. Understand Different Retirement Plans
V. Utilizing Family Employment
VI. Understanding Medical Benefits
VII. How to Utilize your Home Office
VIII. How to Correctly Utilize Tax breaks on Cars and Trucks
IX. How to Correctly Utilize Tax Breaks on Meals and Entertainment
X. Define a Tax Coaching Service
Instructional Method: Self-Study
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Jenna (Astoria, NY)
Excellent - helpful for both assisting clients and running your own practice/business.
Susan (Deer Park, NY)
Marie (Mountlake Terrace, WA)
very good speaker - especially considering the topic!
Edward (New York, NY)
Barbara (Ponte Vedra Beach, FL)
Karen (White Plains, NY)
Mary (Hicksville, NY)
Anthony (Rensselaer, NY)
Overall very good course for time spent. Good tips for year around tax service - Thanks
Eileen (Seattle, WA)
It's a dry subject area, but I like doing it as an hour CLE. The instructor was incredibly knowledgeable and understandable.