[Novalug] OT: Book on Biz Accounting
greg at pryzby.org
Fri Sep 12 13:22:41 EDT 2008
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Yea, ppl tell me get an accountant. But the other person that runs their
company w/ 1099 (which is what RestonArtisTree.com is doing) says filing
the taxes and paying the instructors is straight forward.
Sample quotes I heard from ppl using an accountant is 300$ a month and
that seems high to me.
Nick Danger wrote:
> Ken Kauffman wrote:
>> your own legal and accounting opens you up to a world of issues that
>> you can not possibly see until it's too late. The money you save up
>> front can easily get disgustingly exponential down the road when you
>> make an unforeseen mistake.
> I agree. Id say find an account that you trust who will file taxes and
> maybe check your books sorta thing, then use whatever program they use
> just to make life easier :-)
> The dummies books arent bad overall, I can't say for accounting.
> Personally I used a textbook "Principles of Accounting", McGraw Hill, I
> think,. but this was years ago. And I havent touched it since.
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