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WEBINAR: Top Tax Issues for Small Business

Date: January 15, 2014

What Will Affect Your Next Tax Return (and Beyond)

 The end of 2013 brought about the expiration of many favorable tax credits and deductions. Coupled with the healthcare law, changes depreciating fixed assets and other implications, staying on top of the latest can be a challenge for small business owners who could better spend their time focused on the day-to-day running of their businesses. 
     This webinar is aimed at increasing awareness of the tax law changes that will impact small businesses and their owners.  Bea Nahon will provide specific information that will allow them to minimize the impact of the changes that have taken effect and plan for the changes that will take effect this year.
Attendees will learn about and how to:
  • Avoid surprises on the 2013 tax returns
  • Tax provisions that can save you money - healthcare credit, asset capitalization
  • Be prepared for tax law changes in 2014 and beyond
  • Business financial Planning opportunities
Webinar presented January 15th, 2014

Watch the recording below to learn how to maximize your tax return this year!

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About the Author

Bea Nahon, CPA, CGMA

Presented by: Bea Nahon, CPA, CGMA - Owner, Bea L Nahon, CPA PS
     Bea Nahon is a CPA licensed in the State of WA and her practice is in Kirkland WA. After working for a large local firm in Seattle for several years, Bea opened her own small firm in 1982. Bea’s clients include small businesses in various industries, primarily real estate, professional services and automotive. These small businesses range from one location shops to multi-state operations.
     Bea has been an active volunteer for the accounting profession, serving as former President for the Washington Society of CPAs, volunteer and board member for various nonprofits and local government, and being a champion for interstate mobility for CPAs and small businesses alike. Bea has also served as a member of the AICPA Board of Directors and the PCPS Executive Committee.
     Bea is a proud graduate of the University of Washington (go Dawgs!), who loves family, travel, great restaurants, theater, music, comedy and political intrigue.

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