The second edition of McGraw Hill’s popular book by Eva Rosenberg is garnering a number of positive reviews and picking up awards.
We were delighted to hear that we picked up the silver medal in the 4th annual Axiom business book awards in the Business Reference (legal, how-to, technology) category.
The Axiom Business Book Awards are intended to bring increased recognition to exemplary business books and their creators, with the understanding that business people are an information-hungry segment of the population, eager to learn about great new books that will inspire them and help them improve their careers and businesses. Click here to see the full list of winners in all the different categories.
Awards are nice but there’s nothing like a detailed written review from a professional who has taken the time to pass their opinion on why the book is a good buy.
Professor Jared Eutsler CPA,CMA,CFE,CFM, is a full-time faculty member of the School of Business at Rasmussen College, where he teaches accounting degree courses. Jared approached the book “from the point of view of an accounting degree instructor, a former small business owner, and as a CPA,” which covers some pretty relevant bases. Heres an example paragraph from the review:
“Eva has a unique ability to not only explain “what” and “how” questions, but also “why”. Answering “why is important for students because it gives them the reason for taking action. As an entrepreneur, you often face time crunches, the bigger the why you have, the more likely you are to get it done.“
Cathy Curtis is an independent fee only Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and investment advisor who specializes in the finances of women, their families and businesses. Cathy’s review is squarely from the small business owner’s perspective:
“Rosenberg is a tax expert and there are many gems of tax wisdom contained in the chapters where you will find yourself thinking, “Oh, I didn’t know that,” or, “Great idea, I think I will incorporate that tax strategy into my business.” It’s a workbook, so get out a pen and take notes where needed!“
Cathy blogs over at Of Independent Means – A blog for savvy women, their families and their businesses. you can read her review on Small Business Taxes Made Easy here.
Interviews with Eva about Small Business Taxes Made Easy
Finally here are links to a couple of sites that took the time to chat with Eva about the book:
First up is an interview with Melinda Emerson who writes over at Succeed As Your Own Boss. Melinda, known as “SmallBizLady,” is one of America’s leading small business experts. She is a seasoned entrepreneur, professional speaker, social media strategist and small business coach. Melinda recommends the book because in her own words:
“It is great no-nonsense tax-advice! Eva is passionate about helping small business owners pay the least business taxes legally possible, but she also provides information (however tough it may be to read) on how to make your business more profitable.“
You can read Melinda’s interview with Eva at her blog post: Now Read This: Small Business Taxes Made Easy
Next up is a great interview on Business Info Guide – Inspired Resources for Entrepeneurs. If you want to know what Ayn Rand, Gloda Meir and Ann Landers have in common – this one’s for you1 You can read the interview at their post:
Buy Small Business Taxes Made Easy
If you’d like to read what all the fuss is about, you can buy Small Business Taxes Made Easy over on Amazon by clicking here.