Self-Employed Taxes Training

Non corporate business includes self-employed, professional and partnerships. Over five hours, this webinar series examines keeping records from five perspectives:

•1) Keeping Records to manage finances on the accrual method; how we do that using the chart of accounts, assets, liabilities, owner's or partner's equity, draws, income and expense categories; Invoicing, purchases, deposits, payments, banking, personal payments, and personal financial records

•2) Keeping Records for business assets, UCC classes, adjusting for personal use, GST/HST

•3) Keeping Records for home office, and for meals

•4) Keeping Records to correct the past; and for the people we work with. | The fourth session is very useful as it explains how, when and why to correct the past if you learn from the other sessions that your record keeping needs upgrading to comply with tax rules.

•5) Keeping Records for vehicles (non corporate) business use, UCC, CCA, ITC's on CCA, GST/HST

Live webinars recorded for bookkeepers, members of 

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Product   Price
Keeping Records: Non-corporate business 5-part series February 6-27, 2013  
Orig.: $274.75
Sale: $129.99

Sample data files

Five part series includes the use of QuickBooks, Quicken, Profile and Excel spreadsheets.

Load the videos then use the same data files created during the first webinar to enhance your understanding by stopping the video to explore the sample data file on your computer.

Please use Internet Explorer to download as it has a SAVE AS feature not found in other browsers. 

Click to download DropBox link, select SAVE AS (look for the down arrow beside SAVE) and save the file to your desktop in a folder.

Open QuickBooks or Quicken software and select that file in that folder to open the data file. (files were created in February 2013)

QuickBooks data file

Quicken data file   QuickQuickQuciQQ

Testimonial Eileen’s presentation, Wednesday, was very enlightening and engaging. 

There were many takeaways but one that stood out to me is that by reconciling personal books along with the various business reconciliations, everything is wrapped up neat and tidy.

Indisputably, some small business people attempt to handle business and personal money as if it were all one account, drawing from it freely and at will; reconciling the personal and business books together will reveal the receipts that were accidentally mixed in with the work papers and also helps to quantify performance realistically, numbers that are worthy of analysis. 

This concept adds to “Value” pricing and therefore, increased revenue, being taught in the Black Swan Project. Alan Gilmore




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