It's tax time, and I have my partner and tax expert Weldon Wulstein here to share with you everything you need to know to get the most out of your money and tax savings. A lot of people are underserved, because they don't ask their accountants the right questions. Weldon is here to share some of the questions that you should ask your accountant.
A lot of people assume that the accountant will just take care of everything. That is not always the case, so you need to know these questions. Even worse, if you're doing your own taxes, you really need to know about these concepts. We also talk about incorporating and tax entities.
Linda Cain is an event specialist. She has been involved with presenting live events for the past 20 years. Event dynamics have shifted over the past few years. There are more coaches and transformational leaders looking for event audiences, and the Internet has been a game changer.
Today, we talk about current trends when it comes to filling a room for an event and how to keep your event in the black. We talk about online methods including video series, webinars, and Facebook Live. We also talk about keeping costs down, creating a one sheet, collaborating with like minded speakers, and sharpening your speaking game.
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A topic that comes up over and over when we are doing business is Canada. My husband is Canadian. There are a lot of Canadians that want to do business with us here in the US. Here to talk about doing business with Canada is Dave Hare who is a licensed CPA both in the US and Canada.
Dave is a cross-border CPA. He has done corporate business both in the US and Canada. Then he decided to leave the corporate world behind and venture out on his own. He owns 5 multi unit properties and is a successful real estate investor. He recently signed a 5 million dollar deal. Daves talks about the differences between US and Canadian tax entities and cross border investing to maximize your money.
[01:24] Dave got his degree in Michigan. Then he worked for several years for public accounting firms. After he became a CPA, he went over to the Canadian side and work for companies like Caterpillar and Volkswagen.