Internet Based Tax and Business Organizer Sizzles with Opportunities

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Mention hurricanes, thunderstorms, or accidental coffee spills on your laptop, and most Americans immediately understand a major benefit of SageFire’s Internet based Tax and business organizer. Automatic follow-up with prospects and clients from inside the business organizer is simply an additional plus.

“Say Hurricane Katrina or Computer Virus and it immediately explains a benefit of our Internet based tax and business organizer,” said JP O’Brien recently at his Boulder, Colorado headquarters. “The IRS is interested in your taxes, not an explanation how a sudden thunderstorm or coffee spill destroyed your small business records.”

In addition to systematic backups, SageFire technology provides a simple and intuitive system for the small business owner. Tax Guru Sandy Botkin said “Give yourself the peace of mind of not having to worry about an IRS audit because your records will be in much better shape with the KeepMore.Net system.”

H&R Block uses SageFire’s technology for their Internet based clients, as well as the Advisor Platform for their tax advisors to monitor larger numbers of Internet based subscribers. Corporate clients make SageFire technology available to their independent sales representatives as a retention and training tool, because they maximize the financial advantages of a home based business while following accepted sales processes.

The introduction of Opportunity Tracker, allowing subscribers to automatically email and track prospects while they are inputting revenues and expenses, simply cinched the decision process for the undecided. What is especially unique about Opportunity Tracker is that it is embedded in SageFire’s online bookkeeping system. Small business owners manage their business through a web based subscription at http://www.KeepMore.Net. The Track Auto Module allows them to track and record their mileage. In four or five minutes a day, they input business expenses and revenues, and then with one click print a Schedule “C” on demand. When a subscriber ponders where a business expense is to be recorded, the “Guide Me” function answers most questions and defines the proper IRS category. Customer service is in this nation’s heartland, not India, on the other side of the world.

“It is estimated that 99% of small business owners overpay the IRS, while our average subscriber saves upwards of $1500” says O’Brien. “SageFire technology is very ingenious,” said the highly regarded business consultant John Mariotti, CEO of The Enterprise Group ( and Publisher of “The Enterprise & Economic Week in Review”. “The technology lends itself to almost any type of small business environment – it goes well beyond taxes. It is extraordinary.”

Try the demo at or http://www.keepMore.Net.


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