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Optimizing Your Profits: Business Aspects of Starting and Managing a Private Practice
Presented and developed by Sandy Voit, MS, EdS, LMHC, CDFA
We will cover topics that self-employed newbies (and even long-time practioners) ar concerned about in terms of the business side of their practice. Topics include (and not limited to): which business/tax structure is best for you, licenses, self-employment taxes, optimizing business deductions, insurance coverage, insurance/EAP panels, business record-keeping, budgeting, home office, and hiring family. Lots of useful handouts. Please bring your questions/concerns.
Is your Business/Tax Structure set up to meet your needs?
That dreaded Self employment Tax
What can I really expense through my business?
Can I really hire my spouse...or my child?
How can I prepare for my retirement?
Sandy Voit, MS, EdS, LMHC, CDFA
Sandy Voit has a BA major in History and minor in Organizational Behavior from Binghamton University, NY and an Ed.S and M.S. in Counseling & Personnel Services from Albany University, NY.
From 1990-91 & 1993-94 Sandy was the President of Puget Consumer Cooperative. The largest food co-op in the country. Mr. Voit also served as Executive Director of Temple Beth Am in Seattle from 2001-2006.
Since 2007, Sandy has been the Owner of Tangible Solutions in Kirkland WA. He is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, and has conducted 40+workshops/presentations at national conventions, regional/state conferences, campuses and organizations on human resources, budgeting, working with non-traditional populations, leadership development, program development, communications and outreach.
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