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eBook Family Child Care Record-Keeping Guide, Eighth Edition (Redleaf Business Series) epub

by Tom Copeland

eBook Family Child Care Record-Keeping Guide, Eighth Edition (Redleaf Business Series) epub
  • ISBN: 1933653892
  • Author: Tom Copeland
  • Genre: Business
  • Subcategory: Small Business & Entrepreneurship
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Redleaf Press; 8 edition (June 1, 2010)
  • Pages: 216 pages
  • ePUB size: 1254 kb
  • FB2 size 1708 kb
  • Formats lrf lit txt mbr


Small Business & Entrepreneurship About the Author. Tom Copeland, JD, has written ten books on business issues for the family child care field and trains thousands of providers around the country each year.

Small Business & Entrepreneurship. He is a consultant for the National Association for Family Child Care and other national and state child care organizations. Series: Redleaf Business Series.

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series Redleaf Business Series. This book covers everything home-based family child care providers need to keep accurate business records-from tracking income and expenses to working with a tax professional. It includes: More than 1,000 allowable deductions Clarifications on how to calculate the Time-Space percentage Descriptions of new tax laws and relevant court cases An in-depth discussion on how to keep business records organized and current.

Tom Copeland, JD, is a writer, trainer, lawyer, and consultant focusing on family child care business issues

There have been changes in depreciation rules, adjustments to food and mileage rates, and clarifications on how to calculate the Time-Space percentage. Tom Copeland, JD, is a writer, trainer, lawyer, and consultant focusing on family child care business issues. He has conducted record-keeping, tax preparation, and business workshops for family child care providers across the country since 1981.

This book covers everything home-based family child care providers need to keep accurate business records-from tracking income and expenses to working with a tax professional. It includes: More than 1,000 allowable deductions Clarifications on how to calculate the Time-Space percentage Descriptions of new tax laws and relevant court cases An in-depth discussion on how to keep business records organized and current Este libro cubre todo lo que un proveedor de cuidado infantil en casa necesita para mantener en registro de negocio al día-desde cómo.

Tom Copeland, is a writer, trainer, lawyer, and consultant focusing on family child care business issues

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Tom Copeland, JD, has written several books on business issues for the family child care field. He trains thousands of providers each year on record keeping, marketing, contracts, and other business topics.

This new edition of the bestselling guide has more valuable information for keeping business records and saving money on taxes.
Comments: (7)
Cildorais
I have been doing childcare for 22 years and I use a very good accountant who does a lot of childcare providers and gives us lots of information but I do have to say that I learned quite a lot of new information in this book. I highly recommend it to anyone that has a home childcare business.
Rose Of Winds
I'm planning to open a Home day care soon (even thou i been working as a bookkeeper for years) and this book its amazing, its help you to understand how to do your finances and deal with IRS, how to claim ALL your expenses, what to do and how to be more organized with receipts and paper work..... Its a bible for your business.
Erthai
This has been an AMAZING resource in my home daycare! Especially during tax time, the knowledge inside this book is priceless. If you run a home daycare, you need this book!
Blueshaper
love it
Wilalmaine
Great information in here that can be used even if you're not going to open your own family daycare.
Doomblade
Makes accounting easier
Nightscar
I was so lost on what you can claim, how much to claim and this book is easy to understand. I highlighted all throughout this book since it has so many tips. A must have for all childcare providers.
Wow! This book is PHENOMENAL! Very very clear guidelines; step-by-step processes on how to achieve those numbers for the "lines" on the tax paperwork.
Plus Tom Copeland knows the inside out of this - works closely with the IRS which is a huge bonus: tips and suggestions that are very real on how to keep you taxes as low as possible while being totally in the rule book.
I highly highly recommend.
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