12:00 pm - 1:00 pm


Maryland Innovation Center
6751 Columbia Gateway Drive 3rd Floor, Columbia, MD, 21046

Event Type

According to FORBES, 93% of business owners are overpaying on their taxes –regardless of whether they are paying for a high-priced accountant or not. They overpaid because of the lack of tax planning and a failure to claim hundreds of deductions and tax breaks that they are entitled to.

Your job as a taxpayer/business owner is to make sure that you take advantage of the tax law so that you can keep your taxes to the legal minimum. Whether you use a paid preparer or not, you need to get a handle on your taxes. You don’t have to master it, but you need to understand the basics in order to cut your taxes. You need to be informed about tax-saving opportunities. The more you know the better, giving you the ability to ask your tax professional questions that matter to your finances.

Register for this training to discover tax saving-strategies that can help you pay as little tax as legally possible and ensure compliance with all tax authorities.

Learning Objectives include:

  • Tax preparation Vs. Tax Planning
  • Reducing taxable income is possible and legal
  • Year-around effort/proactive involvement
  • Potential tax-saving opportunities to consider!
  • Remain tax compliant
  • Financial and tax mistakes you need to avoid

Speaker: Gireaud Joseph, EA, MST is a seasoned finance and tax professional with over 15 years of experience in accounting, tax, and financial services, with 10 of these years working as a Virtual CFO/Tax Advisor. He founded BATS Advisory Group, which focuses on helping small businesses and startups adopt financially healthy business practices and institute tax-saving strategies. A graduate of Georgetown Law, Gireaud worked for two Fortune 500 companies, providing financial services and tax advice. He is the author of the book Tax Saving Strategies: How to Cut Your Taxes Under the New Law.

His practice emphasis is on virtual CFO, accounting, tax planning and preparation, financial consulting, and tax resolution services.

This event is a hybrid. Registration will close on November 8.

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