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Tax Talk. What IBO's, Contractor's and Corp's Should Know.

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With the Tax session speeding past us, some of us who may have to pay taxes tend to want to wait until the last minute to deal with this dilemma. With so many options in preparation companies, CPA's, and even self prep software, why do we, the small businesses wait or still to this day make the same mistakes and not pay attention to the right off's we so rightly deserve. 

Join us March 7th at 6PM EST. with our special guest Janice Brady, principal of JB Tax and Finance. Janice is an adviser who provides both tax services and financial services for her clients. Janice has published many articles relating to finance and life stage planning. She also has spoken to many groups and has been leading Small Business Association (SBA) classes regularly.

Janice became involved in the financial services business so she could help people understand money management principles that would enhance their lives.”  Her passion and purpose is to educate, create, and facilitate tax efficient financial planning while enhancing the experience with understanding and encouragement.  Her mission is to create an environment for financial growth and wellness by incorporating all aspects of your financial life: family, goals, and concerns, not just the balance sheet.  This comprehensive approach to financial planning leads to a balanced look at today and awareness of the future.  She has been awarded one of the top financial planners in Renton WA, a suburb of Seattle, of approximately 100,000 people.

Her offices are in Renton and Bellevue WA. 

Janice is coming on the show to provide great advice for the LLC's, Corp's, Individual Contractors, and what all 1099er's should know.

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