The other day, I was talking to someone and he said something that really hit a chord with me. I’ve made mistakes, or bad decisions. There are times when I wish I had something differently. Over the years, in my career, in my business, in my tax practice, there were choices or decisions to make – that fork in the road, right. And much as I love Robert Frost’s poem The Road Not Taken, sometimes, we might be better of taking the road more traveled. We wouldn’t have to battle nearly so hard to blaze a trail, or beat path.
What was it my friend said that caught my fancy so well?
He described what it is I do – here, in my classes, in my articles – and especially, most especially in my book, Small Business Taxes Made Easy. I teach you the things I wish I had known when I started my ventures and adventures. By teaching you what I have learned in many decades of business, tax representation, relationships and more, I am hoping to help you avoid mistakes I have made, or hurts that came my way.
I know, your passion of exploration demands that you blaze your own path and make your own mistakes. But if I can help you avoid any of them at all, I will have met my goal.
And oh yes, remember, MONDAY is the final filing deadline for tax season 2011!
In IRS News this week, we get some last minute tips from the IRS, and an invitation to a phone forum about employee stock options. IRS also alerts tax pros to be sure to sign up for efiling early, in order to be able to prepare tax returns next season.
In today’s Money Funnies & Inspiration, we visit Paddy, who entertains us with his wit and wisdom.
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Nov 10 11:00am-1:00pm (Pacific) How Innocent is Your Spouse?
Nov 16 9:00am-11:00am (Pacific) Top 10 Tax Changes for 2011Filing
Nov 21 8:00am-10:00am (Pacific) Registered Tax Return Preparer Course: Part 1
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Dec 14 9:00am-11:00am (Pacific) Top 10 Tax Changes for 2011Filing
Jan 13, 2012 9:00am-11:00am (Pacific) Top 10 Tax Changes for 2011 Filing
Incidentally, if there is anything else you’d like to learn more about, please let me know. We’ll develop the classes for you.
The ABA Journal and US News and World Reports…well, those won’t appear for a few more weeks.
There is another quote in Liz Weston’s MSN.com Money column
This week’s Equifax article is – Paying Taxes While Living Abroad
AccountingWeb Blog is In For a Pound – a review of a fun new book by Donald Korn.
This month’s MarketWatch article -will be about IRS’s new Voluntary compliance program for employers.
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