Tax Tips for Consultants
Gain tips on staying on top of the ever-changing tax laws to keep more of your hard-earned money as a consultant, contractor or small business owner.
January 20th @ 2pm CT
Have questions about the tax process as a self-employed consultant? Unsure if you're categorizing your expenses and income correctly, or looking for ways to legally reduce your taxes? Join market research and product management consultant Michael Napier as he shares tips gleaned from years of experience as an enrolled agent preparing individual and small business tax returns.
Join us for this webinar to learn more.
For the last 10 years, Mike has been a market research and product management consultant.
Prior to that he worked in electronics manufacturing and medical device marketing. In addition to that he is an enrolled agent, enrolled to practice before the IRS, and has been preparing roughly 150 tax returns per year, both individual and small business. Moving forward, he is looking to consult in bookkeeping, tax, and financial analysis.
CEO of Society for Process Consulting
Kim Stezala, M.S., has devoted more than 25 years to the nonprofit, education, and business sectors in management, volunteer, and founder roles. She is dedicated to educational access, specifically the pipeline to and through college. Combining objective analysis with the power of process consulting, Kim assists scholarship providers, youth agencies, college prep programs, colleges and universities, foundations, and membership associations to improve outcomes and handle complex organizational change. Clients partner with Kim to create programs, develop strengths, measure impact, and share results. This is accomplished through strategic program planning, evaluation and improvement, outcomes monitoring and grant reporting, stakeholder engagement, and student access and success projects. As a result, clients are better equipped to achieve their desired impact and tell their success story.