The recent federal tax legislation will affect all of us when we file our 2018 tax returns. As a self-employed massage therapist, about 16-30% of your net income will go to taxes, including federal income tax, social security, medicare, and state and local taxes. This is a small business person's largest single expense, and it behooves us to know how to skillfully manage this expense. In class we will focus on how to "think Schedule C" and legally maximize our allowable business deductions. We will also cover form 1040, tax planning, tax estimating, avoiding audits, the pros and cons of various tax software programs, and the legalities of hiring contractors or employees.
Besides being packed with useful information, this class is fun, entertaining, and full of tips on how to save money on your taxes--you will easily recover your tuition in tax savings. You will also receive more individual attention than in a typical tax seminar due to the smaller size of the class. A professional tax preparer will join us at the end of class to answer any questions, including the implications of the new tax law for small businesses.
"This was a fantastic class with tons of valuable information." -Dawn Geula
"The whole class was really jam-packed with significant legal information, interesting general knowledge, and great insights and ideas for legal tax deductions." -Maureen D'Armand
"My brain wants to shut down when presented with this type of stuff, but this was extremely helpful and educational." -Jet Mullen
"I dreaded coming today because of the 'dry' content, but it was fun and informative. All my questions were answered and I learned a bunch of new things that I had no clue about." - Verena Giebels
Instructor: Brian Utting
CE hours: 8
Tuition: $140 if registered by March 8; $160 thereafter.
Registration: This class is sponsored by the Therapeutic Training Center. Click here to register.