HBB Tax Tips

Discussion in 'Coastal Vacations' started by JenaV, Nov 27, 2007.

  1. JenaV

    JenaV New Member

    Start taking Control in 2008!

    The tax year is coming to a close... here's the BEST tax deduction you can
    take!

    Smart business owners everywhere are thinking about something this
    week that you might not have even considered... that this week is the
    very last week of tax year 2007. It is the last chance to beef up
    your deductions so you can get more money back in a couple weeks when
    you file your tax return. You could could be missing out on
    thousands of dollars extra in your pocket in the next couple weeks by not
    knowing how to take advantage of this tomorrow, so I'm going to
    fill you in on the secret.

    Did you accomplish everything you wanted to this year? Did you
    create that extra income you were hoping to create? Did you go on
    vacation more? Did you spend more time with your family? They say
    to look at your last five years... and that what you see is your
    destiny unless you change something. Do you want a repeat of this
    past year? Or do you want to make a change? Do you want to get your
    home business started?

    On Tuesday, January 1st, you will be starting a fresh, new year.
    All the things you didn't get around to this year, you will have
    another chance to make them happen. You can start over with your
    record keeping. You can set and achieve brand new goals and dreams.
    It will be a fresh start.

    According to Ron Mueller, home business tax expert and author of
    the best-selling book "It's How Much You Keep That Counts" , the
    average tax savings for home business owners ranges between $3,500
    and $7,000 per year! Would you like to beef up your return with
    that kind of money? Would having an extra $3,500 help you get your
    Coastal business started?

    I know you've been looking at getting started with Coastal, and
    maybe the money has held you back. Maybe you simply haven't had the
    time to put into starting your business. Whatever the reason,
    tomorrow is your chance to take advantage of a HUGE tax deduction
    that will help you put money back into your pocket right away! If
    you wait until Tuesday, January 1st, it will be 2008, and you will
    have to wait an entire year before you can get that money.

    So if you've been sitting on the fence, and are ready to make a
    move, now is the time to make it. Learn what you need to know to get 2008 started off right. You will learn:

    How to get Uncle Sam to pay for your Coastal package!
    How to get Uncle Sam to pay for your leads!
    How to get Uncle Sam to pay part of your mortgage and gasoline
    bill! ...and much more

    We have "Jump Start" training the first week of January for everyone who gets started now, that will help you get 2008 into high gear fast! You will hear from special guests making 6-figures and 7-figures a year in Coastal, as well as new associates who have been in the business less than 90 days. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and be taught personally by some of the most successful directors in Coastal. This is a
    small, private call, and it's only open to the first 12 people who
    get started with me this week.

    Don't miss this opportunity to let Uncle Sam pay your way in!
    Call or email me immediately to lock in your spot for one of the
    12. Hurry - Once they're gone, they're gone.

    I wish all of you a very happy and safe New Year.

    Warm Regards,

    Jena
    505-350-4733
    endlesstours@comcast.net
     
  2. jnapier

    jnapier New Member

    Here's what I recommend for those who want to set themselves up right for Taxes.

    "Lower Your Taxes Big Time" by Sandy botkin, CPA, Esq.
    Former IRS Attorney and Senior Tax Law Specialist.

    It also helps to have a good CPA on your payroll.

    Jay NaPier
     
  3. matiasmommy

    matiasmommy New Member

    Jena-

    Thanks for the GREAT post! I know that you are trying to promote your business, but it is very valuable to let people know of the great tax advantages to starting a home based business this time of year, and also all year round!

    I actually started my business in September of last year, and came from very low (disability) income. I was released in November, and made 5 profit sales before Dec 31. This brought my annual income up to the first level of tax bracket here in Canada BUT because I was able to write off the costs of starting my business (package, advertising, the computer equipment I needed, cable internet and installation, telephone and long distance etc etc) I actually got a tax refund!

    Now- I will not be getting a refund this year.. BUT- I am still able to use my business expenses (I use the Sandy Botkin record keeping system that Jay mentioned (awesome and simple!)- I know about Sandy because of a special tax training he did for the CSG) as write off's to offset my taxes and pay less.

    I make much more now then I did when I was working in a hospital- even though I did have a very healthy salary. But what I did never realize is not only the incredible savings from working at home itself (no drycleaning, gas, childcare (if you have children), lunches, clothes etc etc- really going to a J.O.B has a COST the same as running a business) but the tax advantages of being self employed.

    I never thought I would say I love my accountant (numbers are NOT my forte!) but he is worth his weight in gold!

    Cheers

    Jani
     
  4. JenaV

    JenaV New Member

    Jani,

    Isn't it great! ( Making More than working a FT job)

    One Question - Any relation to Jeff Teeter in NC?
     
  5. jnapier

    jnapier New Member

    Quoting: matiasmommyThis brought my annual income up to the first level of tax bracket here in Canada BUT because I was able to write off the costs of starting my business (package, advertising, the computer equipment I needed, cable internet and installation, telephone and long distance etc etc) I actually got a tax refund!

    Awsome information. There's a need I see online for more Canadian tax info for those who are looking into Coastal, can you share a few tips here for those folks.

    JN
     

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