Preparing for Your End-of-Year Taxes
Presented in partnership with the Office Evolution and C3 Workplace
Preparing and submitting your year-end taxes shouldn’t be a painful experience.
When your records are organized, accurate, and up-to-date, the process should be smooth and you should be paying only what you legally owe. And while you’re at it, this is the absolute right time to assess the successes and failures of the past year, put corrections in place, and set realistic, attainable goals for the coming 12 months.
This introductory workshop will address the basics of sound preparation, including
• Determining the cost of goods sold
• Organizing receipts and other documentation
• Making payroll adjustments and corrections
• Undertaking a physical inventory
• Developing and reviewing financial statements
Bring your lunch and we’ll supply the beverages and dessert
Click here to register for the online version.
Learn from an expert
Ed has enjoyed many different types of professional opportunities throughout his career, but the common thread through all has been leadership management and service to others. With a strong foundation in both theory and practice, Ed brings a seasoned perspective to his clients’ business opportunities and challenges.
Following a 12-year stint in the Army as a Staff Sergeant stationed in Turkey, Ed began a 20-year career providing small business consulting and accounting services in New Jersey. He then spent six years as a faculty member and Dean of Student Affairs at a small college in Ohio, where he helped shepherd the institution through a successful national accreditation process.
Along the way, Ed earned Bachelors degrees in Management and Accounting, a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, an Advanced Educational Specialist degree in Transformational Leadership, and is currently studying for a Doctorate in Business Administration.