Want to learn to do taxes like a pro? Here’s an affordable course to get you started.
Tax season is always something of a pain. Between waiting for all of your necessary documents to come in, working through complicated IRS forms and trying to avoid cybercriminals, it’s all more stressful than it should be. Before you get started this year, especially if you’re filing for a business, get yourself up to speed with The 2022 Complete Tax Preparation Bundle. It’s on sale for just $29.99.
This 11-course bundle is taught by Certified Public Accountant Robert Steele (4.4/5 instructor rating). Steele has been teaching accounting for more than a decade and has authored five books on the subject. He’s developed bestselling courses in accounting, some of which are included here.
This bundle takes aim at income tax and several important tax forms. Plus, it’ll give you a deep dive into QuickBooks Desktop, the world’s leading accounting software that can help you streamline all of your financial inputs and better track what you owe. You’ll also get an introduction to using Money in Excel to manage your financial information.
Regarding income tax, Steele will teach you how to use deductions like the business use of home deduction, whether you sold your home, family and dependent credits, how to report your retirement accounts, and more. You’ll learn how to file forms for S Corporations, C Corporations, and Schedule C Sole Proprietor businesses, as well as partnership income tax. Whether you’re looking to just better understand your personal filing or streamline filing for a business as well, this bundle will help you get started.
Simplify your tax filing this year. Right now, The 2022 Complete Tax Preparation Bundle is on sale for just $29.99 (normally $2,189) for a limited time.
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