When you start a business there are tons of things you need to know. There are things you know you don't know, but there are also things you don't know you don't know.
What you do know is that you want the chance to help people.
You want to help your friends, family, and those people who would benefit from whatever it is you do that offers value to them. In short, you want to help your customers.
You also want to help yourself. There is the need to bring in money so you can pay for the things and the services you need to acquire to provide that help to your customers. Oh, and it goes without saying that you want to make a living--pay the mortgage, buy a car, take vacations, have a safe and secure retirement.
You also know how or what to do to make that help a reality. But how do you find out the other stuff? especially the stuff you only learn about when you get a letter from the IRS, or the County Assessor, or a company telling you you must put up posters in your office (which they will sell to you by just checking the convenient box)?
When you are just starting out, you have limited resources. You either have to pay for things with your time or your money. For business owners, both are in short supply.
I'm Mike Wright. I own a business called Taxwright. As you might guess, it has something to do with accounting and taxes. I've been working with small businesses in one form or another for fifty years.
And I can help.
The quickest and least expensive way I know of to start is by checking out my app. You will have access to a range of material suited to small business. You'll have access to the library of my Weekly Workshops. You'll also have other articles called Taxwright Insights that provide specific explanations of tax and financial issues. And the app expands continually with more material as it's added.
Oh, there's more, but rather than take your time to go through the whole shebang, why not sign up. You can review the material at your leisure
Then, after you get familiar with it all, I'll tell you about the rest of it.
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