What Your CPA Isn't Telling You

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For individuals, tax season is behind them, but for business owners, taxes are a year-round ordeal.

From gathering receipts to keeping track of accounts payable and getting those quarterly tax filings in on time, overseeing a business's finances can be overwhelming for anyone. But the difference between it being a manageable task (and a possible money saver) and a complete nightmare often depends on the accountant you hire.

At Entrepreneur magazines's Growth Conference in New Orleans this year, CPA and attorney Mark Kohler, spoke about the importance of finding a CPA that is supportive, helps you make good decisions and wants to help you succeed.

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"A good CPA should say, 'let's write off everything,'" Kohler said.

Music to an entrepreneur's ears.

Want to know some of Kohler's tricks for writing off upwards of $12,000 a year? Check out the video.

Oh, and for those entrepreneurs who want to get an all-expense paid trip to Entrepreneur magazines's 2015 Growth conference, receive two additional roundtrip tickets within the continental U.S., a $500 gift certificate from UPS and other goodies AND be awarded the coveted Entrepreneur of 2014 prize, apply here by June 17.

Related: Why Missing Quarterly Tax Deposits Can Devastate Your Business

 

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