Erin Armstrong on accounting and tax deductions for small business owners
I just got back from a relaxing trip to British Columbia (Kelowna & Vernon) for Chantelle Adams’ Shine Live event and a little R&R at the gorgeous Sparkling Hill resort and spa.
The trip could not have been more perfectly timed as my father passed away two weeks ago. I have felt surrounded by love and care from so many people giving hugs, sending Facebook messages and calling me. It’s really touched my heart. ❤️
Being in nature and in community with so many other loving heart-centered entrepreneurs was just what my soul needed.
I’m feeling a bit better today, and I’m excited to share this week’s podcast guest with you.
I talk all the time about how important it is for people to work with their accountant to help them with their taxes.
Taxes, like law, can be be kinda scary.
That’s why I want to introduce you to Erin Armstrong.
Erin is a Small Business Tax & Money Coach, an Entrepreneur, and a Professional Speaker who has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs understand their business financials through her services and online course called Tax Deduction Clinic.
What I love about Erin is she brings such energy and clarity to an area that can feel a little overwhelming.
Erin focuses on helping small business owners with tax deductions because there are so many areas they overlook -and they are missing so many ways to save money!
My favorite part of the interview is where Erin talks about how important it is for business owners have to have awareness when are making financial decisions. For example, they may not know that they need to set up their home office in a certain way. And, if they wait until tax filing, it’s not something that they can always rectify.
That’s why it’s so critical to get clear about tax deductions WELL BEFORE tax season.
Listen to Erin talk about how small business owners can maximize the money that they are keeping in their pocket in Episode 34 on iTunes here.
(Don’t have iTunes? Listen through my website here.)
We know you’re busy so it’s less than 30 minutes long – short and sweet!
Listen to the Legally Enlightened podcast Episode #34 for my interview with Erin here.