LAKE STEVENS WASHINGTON
This program is by far the best education you can get to understand and manage the money in your business.
Most small businesses fail because they manage their business based on how much money is going in the bank rather than understanding their financial reports and what their money is or isn't doing for them.
Russ Shulman has been a local business owner in Shoreline for over 12 years. After losing his company during the mortgage collapse, he began to search for a way back to ground level which led to the discovery of a new way to view the reality of the work/life balance.
Sound Bookkeepers is recognized by the SBA, and was awarded the 2016 Best Accountants and Best Bookkeeping in Shoreline. Russ applies his unique insights from over 3 decades of teaching entrepreneurs and shows you strategies to provide a "beyond the numbers" approach to bookkeeping services.
Have you been wondering how you can realistically devote enough time and resources to your bookkeeping while still giving 100% of your time to the day to day functions required to thrive in the fast changing market we are in?
Do you find yourself working longer hours and investing more sweat equity than others in your business without a clear picture of when you'll get a break and a paycheck at the same time?
Do rules, regulations, taxes, bookkeeping, and numbers in general occur as a an expense, frustration or necessary evil to your business?
Did you answer "yes" to any of the above questions? If you did, me too. If you didn't, maybe you'd appreciate a fresh unique perspective on how today's small business owners are balancing the pressures to create value in the market, while sustaining steady fiscal growth (not to mention a personal life). Visit us on Tuesday March 22nd for a brief but dense chat with Russ.
Our Facts Beat the Odds
206 794 3864
Ask about our Personal Finance Program. It keeps entrepreneurs on track with paying self-employment taxes throughout the year and accurately reports their profits.
This workshop is limited to 20 people.