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|DATE / TIME||EVENTS / INDUSTRY||LOCATION|
|Jan 12, 2015-|
Jan 12, 2015
07:00PM - 09:00PM
|Turning an Army of One into One Million|
The Money Side of Your Business with Ian Munc, CPA
201 D Street, Downtown Santa Rosa
Turning an Army of One into One Million is a part of WIMP's BizTech Meetup track.
Turning an Army of One into One Million - No, it's not CGI, but it is technology! Join Ian Munc, CPA for a discussion of technology tools which maximize your productivity, enhance your efficiency, and spiff up your marketing. Best of all, most of these tools are free!
This talk will be focused on the money side of your business. We will be discussing things like invoicing, on-line payment systems, electronic accounting systems, etc. Remember, cash is king, so collecting and tracking it are vital aspects of your business. And it's all easier than you think!
Ian Munc - CPA, is a passionate champion for small business owners who want to comply with their tax obligations in the least invasive way possible, both in terms of time and money. Ian has 8 years under his belt working with individuals and businesses in a variety of industries, from tech to real estate to service sectors. What sets him apart is his uncanny ability to see opportunities in even the most complicated situations. Ian is a father and soon-to-be a husband.
Phone: (707) 583-9129
Event is Free with a suggested donation of $5 - $10
WIMPspace is located in the heart of Downtown Santa Rosa, on D Street between 3rd and 4th. It is located directly adjacent to the 3rd Street Garage (corner of 3rd and D) and street parking is free after 6pm.
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