Karen Rands to Interview Tax Accounting Expert - Debbie Snelling

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On this episode of the Compassionate Capitalist Radio Show, Karen Rands will be interviewing small business tax and accounting expert, Debbie Snelling. Today, Ms. Snelling will discuss what the tax outlook look like for 2011 with the extension of some key tax cuts and what incentives are available for small business owners and high net worth individuals as they work to maximize their income, yet minimize their tax liability. Further, she will provide key things to not forget about filing your 2010 taxes to make sure you get full benefit of any economic incentives that were offered to corporate and organizational entities. Debbie Snelling has more than 25 years of experience in finance, accounting, and tax, managing custom tax application development initiatives; and leading Sarbanes-Oxley tax documentation and remediation projects. Ms. Snelling also has deep experience in income, sales and property tax disciplines which she shares in the monthly Snelling Report. Ms. Snelling works with early stage and expansion stage companies to minimize their tax burdens, while creating healthy financial operations for future growth and attracting capital. As Director of Taxation for a publicly traded e-commerce company, she focused on state and federal tax minimization and tax operational performance improvement initiatives. Ms. Snelling has designed and implemented clients’ accounting systems. Additionally she has performed business consulting, including financial budgets and projections. Ms. Snelling has advised companies across a range of industries, including real estate, manufacturing, construction, consumer business, technology, and financial services. As is sometimes necessary, particularly in this stressful economic times, Ms. Snelling provides expertise and management for bankruptcy filings and financial restatements and in providing the financial management of the sale of assets and dissolution and reorganization of entities.

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