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S.M.A.R.T.  -  Smart and Savvy Tax Tips for 2017

S.M.A.R.T. - Smart and Savvy Tax Tips for 2017

This session is for Smart and Savvy Business women who desires to create a S.M.A.R.T. way to keep more money in their pocket during the upcoming tax season.   In this session, we will discuss: Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and Timely goals that every business woman should know.  Attendances will obtain the knowledge to make better business management decisions and keys to reduce their tax liability. 

Dee Edwards is a Senior Tax Professional in the state of Alabama who have been preparing taxes amongst family, friends, and low income communities for over a decade as a non-paid tax preparer and professionally for approximately five years. 

In 2012, she and her husband, Michael, launched a nationwide tax firm to provide accurate tax preparation services to individuals and small business owners. Since her time in the industry, Mrs. Dee has launched several tax offices including a Latino division. Amongst her many career accomplishments, she enjoys training new tax business      owner n ai reparer it aunchin hei usines n ucceedin h a ndustry. 

As a Tax Professional and Instructor, she is sought out to assist with developing and teaching various              individual tax courses to paid tax preparers. Her heart’s desire is to educate other tax preparers by              providing practical teaching and education through the IRS Tax Schooling. This drives her mission to help increase the opportunity of communities having well-informed and knowledgeable tax preparers that are successful and in compliance according to Circular 230. As the founder of the IRS Tax Schooling, she is the only independently owned continuing education providers in the state of Alabama to provide numerou R pprove a ourses. 




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Six Questions when Considering Coaching and Consulting

Six Questions when Considering Coaching and Consulting

Join the discussion as a panel of AWIB members shares the benefits of using consultants in your businesses.  As consultants, they will share how they work with clients and see the benefits in strategic planning, accountability partnering, business development, human resources, and other areas. The first step is recognizing that you can’t do this alone and would benefit greatly from a coaching or consulting partnership. The discussion will conclude with the consideration of being a consultant and building on your expertise to help others in your field. 

·      What’s the difference between coaching and consulting?

·      When should you add coaching or consulting to your business /team?

·      Who is the right coach or consultant for you?

·      How do you evaluate the relationship?

·      How do you end a coaching or consulting relationship?

·      Is coaching or consulting the next step for you?

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