The technology lends itself to almost any type of small business environment – it goes well beyond taxes. It is extraordinary.
Boulder, Colorado (PRWEB) June 8, 2006
“Say the words Hurricane Katrina or Computer Virus and it immediately explains a benefit of our Internet tax and business organizer,” said JP O’Brien, CEO of Boulder, Colorado based SageFire, Inc. “The IRS is interested in your taxes, not an explanation how a sudden thunderstorm or coffee spill destroyed your business records.”
“Paying tax is a civic responsibility, but overpaying tax makes absolutely no sense,” said Tax Guru Sandy Botkin about Tax Compliance by home based businesses.
At the core of the SageFire technology is a simple and intuitive bookkeeping system for the small business owner, which can be viewed at KeepMore.net. A new feature for subscribers systematically tracks their business prospects. 'You can't close the sale... If you forget to call..." said O’Brien. Now small business owners can capture more earned income from legitimate deductions, while generating greater revenue from an automatic and systematic follow-up of all sales opportunities.
The technology is very simple and intuitive, with no accounting terminology. “We don’t want our subscribers to become accountants,” said O’Brien. “We want them to spend five minutes a day staying on top of their business, and to maximize their legal tax deductions. At the end of the year, every year, the most important thing is your Net Income.”
The cost of both the online bookkeeping solution and Opportunity Tracker combined is around $200 per year (tax deductible), and the typical tax savings alone might be ten times that much. “It is estimated that 99% of small business owners overpay the IRS, while our average subscriber saves upwards of $2000” says O’Brien.
Mr. John Fleming, the Publisher and Editor in Chief of Direct Selling News also encouraged independent sales representatives to adopt a system to manage their business and avoid overpaying the IRS, “…small business owners can easily end up paying more taxes than they should,” said Mr. Fleming who was previously Vice President of U.S. Sales Strategies/Training for Avon Products, Inc.
“SageFire technology is very ingenious,” said the highly regarded business consultant John Mariotti, CEO of The Enterprise Group (http://www.shape-shifters.com) 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.”
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