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Author: Jan Zobel
ISBN: 1580622003
Subcategory: Accounting
Pages 198 pages
Publisher Adams Media Corp; Subsequent edition (February 1, 2000)
Language English
Category: Moneymaking
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 440
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eBook Minding Her Own Business: The Self-Employed Woman's Guide to Taxes and Recordkeeping download

by Jan Zobel


Presents a guide through confusing tax laws by explaining the basic concepts and .

Presents a guide through confusing tax laws by explaining the basic concepts and gives examples fo. Jan Zobel lays it all out for you. I love all the samples of spreadsheets and worksheets that show you how your bookkeeping entries fit together. She's also filled the book with these campy Q&A boxes. You can see important questions at a glance. Jan speaks from experience, working with her own client base for decades. Jan explains how to keep your records on paper, too. I've been recommending Jan's books to my readers for years. All the feedback has always been excellent.

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Published: Naperville : Source Books, 2000. Self-employed women Taxation United States.

Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Zobel, Jan. Format: eBook. Published: Naperville : Source Books, 2000. Subjects: Income tax Law and legislation United States Popular works.

Provides a comprehensive guide for women who are opening their own business, handling their finances and preparing their own taxes. Presents a guide through confusing tax laws by explaining the basic concepts and gives examples for, amongst others, records the IRS expects you to keep. Softcover. DLC: Income tax--Law and legislation--U.S.
Fenritaur
Arrived in a time manner, great books. I had just opened a small business and this helped me. Great reading material.
Braswyn
This has a great deal of information especially about taxes for your business...If you are starting your own business I highly recommend this book
Winn
Fast shipping, item condition as described. The book has great content, it is easy to understand and was totally worth my investment. I would recommend the book for start-ups and entrepreneurs.
Auau
Hi. I'm the author of Minding Her Own Business, writing to let you know that you can get current tax information in the form of my free year-end tax newsletter. Just Google me (Jan Zobel) and go to my website. I'll also be glad to let you know when there's an updated edition of Minding Her Own Business available, Thanks for your interest and Many Happy Returns!!

March 2, 2011
Fawrindhga
Great book for tax time preparation :)Found it very helpful and informational. I still need to read all of it but so far it has a lot of helpful information.
FailCrew
too simple. Waste of time. Not worth the money
Anarawield
The hardest thing about dealing with business recordkeeping for someone not trained as an accountant is to visualize how the records are supposed to look - and how the numbers fit together. Jan Zobel lays it all out for you.

I love all the samples of spreadsheets and worksheets that show you how your bookkeeping entries fit together. She's also filled the book with these campy Q&A boxes. You can see important questions at a glance.

Jan speaks from experience, working with her own client base for decades. So, the cases and situations she brings up are realistic - either from her own client files, or from the people who come to her workshops in California and Hawaii....(C&H - how sweet...just like the sugar?)

And guys, trust me - this book isn't just for the ladies. If you're in business and want great, sensible information, Minding Her Own Business is well worth your while! It's especially helpful if you don't want to use computers. Jan explains how to keep your records on paper, too.

I've been recommending Jan's books to my readers for years. All the feedback has always been excellent.

Eva Rosenberg, EA

Publisher of TaxMama.com

Author of Small Business Taxes Made Easy.
After working with small businesses and taxes for over 20 years, I've come to the conclusion that the fastest way throw money away is to start a business - without knowing how to do your books.
About half of my tax practice involves working with new clients who have gotten into trouble with IRS because: 1) Once they started a business, they didn't know how to figure out their tax returns. 2) They got into trouble with payroll taxes - by not filing them, or not paying them, or thinking they didn't have employees 3) Their business did well, but when it came time to pay the taxes on their successful business, there was no money.
Well, I don't want to see more people in trouble. So, ever since I discovered Jan's book, I have been telling my readers and clients to buy it.
They LOVE the book (and not just the women, either). Jan puts information in terms YOU will understand.
And with all of her years of experience, she knows just what kind of problems real people run up against. So there are lots of practical tools and tips to help you succeed, not just to keep your taxes in line.
And let me tell you, the price of Jan's book is much less than a three-hour consultation with me! (or any tax pro)