Online Accounting Seminar Reviews Biggest Tax Blunders For 2007

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Traders Accounting Offers Key Advice On Tax Planning For Day Traders.

Traders Accounting, the largest online resource for day trading and advice on tax planning, announced the new online Traders Accounting Seminar. The webinar will cover common mistakes day traders made for the 2007 tax year and offer tax advice for the self employed as well as other business tax planning.

Before ramping up efforts for the next tax season, Traders Accounting is helping day traders and business owners understand the mistakes made and offer advice on tax planning for the following year. By showing examples of misunderstandings from previous experiences, Traders Accounting has been able to put together an online accounting seminar that will demonstrate tax advice for self employed individuals as well as other business owners and how they can better understand taxes and ways to improve their bottom line.

The online Traders Accounting Seminars cover topics including:

  •      IRA Distributions
  •      Using the Correct Forms (When Preparing Yourself)
  •      Mark to Market Election
  •      Ignoring the IRS Estimated Taxes

"Individuals and business owners are missing too many opportunities and are not filing taxes properly which is costing them more money and time," said Michelle Boyer, CPA of Traders Accounting. "The online accounting seminars will offer up to date tax advice for individuals as well as business owners and day traders."

For more information on the dates and specific topics of these online accounting seminars please visit http://www.TradersAccounting.com/Seminars or contact Ryan Gibson at 1-800-935-9513.

About Traders Accounting:
Traders Accounting offers several accounting seminars nationwide throughout the year offering advice on tax planning. The highly attended events showcase the knowledge and experience Traders Accounting experts demonstrate. This has helped them become an industry leader to recommend tax advice for the self employed as well as other business tax strategies. For more information please visit TradersAccounting.com.

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