New York, New York (PressExposure) April 14, 2009 -- A novel way to teach accounting to entrepreneurs, saving them thousands in yearly taxes, is making waves in the small business world. One small business accountant is empowering entrepreneurs to pay less in taxes with a new book titled âRadical Accountingâ. Printed in both eBook and paperback form, this book makes sense to entrepreneurs from the get-go; a quality absent in existing accounting books.
This special approach to teach accounting was developed by business analyst Madeline Bailey, who has been teaching accounting to entrepreneurs (including millionaires and MBA's) with this new system for over a decade. "Ambitious entrepreneurs are looking to pay less in taxes in ways that will withstand an audit,â says author Madeline Bailey. âOwning a business can be a tax loophole in the US. Entrepreneurs should be paying less in taxes, except they arenât taking advantage of all the deductions they are entitled too, and they arenât creating tax strategies for future years. This is exactly where my book goes into details on all accounts.â
Radical Accounting author Madeleine Bailey goes on to suggest that entrepreneurs should ask themselves, 'Am I winning or losing when it comes to taxes?' and 'Do my bookkeeper, tax expert and financial planner make sense, or are they talking nonsense?'. Her goal is to empower entrepreneurs to create a chart of accounts that makes the GAAP financial reports easy to read, for the business owner, as well as the expensive tax-preparer.
Veteran entrepreneur and designer Debbie Brittain, owner of Village Interiors, Inc., a 24-year-old business that builds custom furniture for Seattleâs elite interior designers, was very pleased with the book: âIâm a designer. Accounting is my least favorite activity. But I stayed up all night reading Radical Accounting. And I would have stayed in bed all day to finish the book, except 20 employees were expecting my presence. My assistant started implementing the color-coded filing system right away. We love it. I highly recommend this book to other entrepreneurs.â
Contemporary accounting book âRadical Accountingâ is available on Amazon and is also available in eBook format online now. Radical Accounting includes over 140 pages describing a beginner-friendly and meticulous accounting system. Written and developed by QuickBooks expert Madeline Bailey, the book is set to engage and inform accounting professionals and entrepreneurs alike.
Contact: Madeline Bailey Company Name: QC Computing Address: 16190 SE Eastgate Way, #J103 Bellevue, WA 98008 Telephone: 206-832-5485 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.radicalaccounting.com