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FREE Webinar Offered by the IRS

Tax Help for Entrepreneurs

Calling all entrepreneurs, mompreneurs, soloprenerus, homepreneurs, self employed, and small businesses! The IRS is offering a FREE webinar to teach small business owners about the tax aspects of running a business. The topics that will be discussed include:

  • Reporting profit or loss from a business or profession
  • Self employment tax and estimated tax payments
  • Schedule C and C-EZ
  • Deducting business expenses
  • Husband and wife businesses
  • Recordkeeping
  • Click here to sign up for the FREE IRS webinar scheduled for March 29, 2011.


    Michelle Edwards, CPA - QuickBooks Consultant Written by Michelle Edwards, CPA
    Certified QuickBooks ProAdvisor

    Michelle is the owner of Trailhead Accounting Solutions CPA, LLC, an Erie, CO based CPA firm focused on providing small and mid-sized businesses with day-to-day accounting, bookkeeping, and business solutions. Michelle is a CFO turned consultant who loves working with small businesses and entrepreneurs. When she’s not crunching numbers, she can be found hiking, remote camping, gardening, quilting, and hanging out with her family.

    Tax Day Extended to April 18, 2011

    Arvind Balaraman /

    Have troubles getting your taxes filed by April 15th? You’re in luck, this year the IRS is extending tax day until Monday, April 18th, 2011.

    The reason? Washington D.C. will be celebrating Emancipation Day on Friday, April 15th. Emancipation Day is a holiday observed by Washington D.C. in honor of freeing the salves in the district. Per the US Tax Code, filing deadlines can not fall over the weekend or on holidays. Therefore, the tax due date is is extended until April 18th.

    Enjoy the extra few days to file your taxes this year!

    Image: Arvind Balaraman |