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Entrepreneurs need to stop overpaying their taxes...

You’ve worked so hard on your business, and now you’re finally making enough money to pay the bills and have a little left over for the fun stuff. But what goes hand-in-hand with increased profits? That’s right, the taxes. 


When you don’t know what you’re doing when it comes to filing your tax returns, taxes are downright scary. At the start of your entrepreneurial journey, you worried about not having enough numbers in the bank account. But now, it’s different.

 

Worrying about the tax liability numbers now that you are making a profit is the thing that goes “bump” in the night. 

Hi, I'm Arielle.

I’m a bookkeeper and virtual CFO for online entrepreneurs. For the past five years, I’ve worked closely with Fortune 500 companies on all things tax-related. Before that, I coached low-income earners on how to best file their taxes. They got to keep more of their hard-earned money, or we got their money back from the clutches of the IRS.

Since then, I’ve become a fitness fiend, and I started to work with online fitness coaches to reach my personal fitness goals. But I began to notice a common, worrisome trend among these freshly-minted entrepreneurs. 


They had no idea how much money they had to pay for taxes, or how much money they could save in taxes each quarter. 
 

Can you relate to any of these?

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Don’t entrepreneurs have to pay a boatload in taxes? 
 

Can you get into trouble with the IRS if you don’t pay enough?
 

Maybe it’s just better to overpay instead . . .

 

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Stop right there – it’s never better to overpay in taxes! Your fitness coaching business needs and deserves as much revenue as it can get to keep thriving and padding your bank account, NOT the coffers of the IRS. 


Taxes are confusing for even salaried employees. But for digital entrepreneurs, it’s overwhelming. They don’t know where their financial obligations to the IRS begin or end, and so many of them end up overpaying in taxes. As a growing business, you know how critical every dollar is to your continued success. 

Stop right there – it’s never better to overpay in taxes! Your online coaching business needs and deserves as much cash as it can get to keep thriving and padding your bank account, NOT the coffers of the IRS. 


Taxes are confusing for even salaried employees. But for online entrepreneurs, it’s overwhelming. They don’t know where their financial obligations to the IRS begin or end, and so many of them end up overpaying in taxes. As a growing business, you know how critical every dollar is to your continued success. 

When I saw how much online fitness coaches were struggling with how to file their tax returns, I knew that I could do something to make their lives a little easier. I could lend them my expertise, my time, and my experience as a tax accountant for both Fortune 500 companies and low-income earners. It wasn’t a hard choice to make. Teaching financial literacy has been my dream job since I was a kid. 

I’ve got a Bachelors in Finance and Investment Analysis from Baruch College in NYC, one of the most competitive, top business schools in the country. I’m here to combine my love of fitness with my extensive accounting background to save aspiring (and established) fitness entrepreneurs more money on their taxes. 

It’s a fact of life - the IRS is entitled to some of your cash. But it’s not as much as you think it is. Stop overpaying in taxes, and keep more your money for yourself and your growing business.

See how much money you can save when we team up together. Download my FREE PDF for fitness coaches today. The PDF will show you exactly how much you can take in deductions and save on your tax bill this year. 

 

 

 


 

 

Questions? Comments? I’m waiting to hear from you.

 

Please contact me HERE to learn more about my Tax Coaching and Consulting services today.

 

Guess what?

My coaching and consulting services are TAX DEDUCTIBLE. 

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