How concerned should I be about getting audited? How much should my business make before I file as an S Corporation? Is there a free accounting software option out there? These are just a few of the questions we have for our guest today, Shannon Weinsteen. Shannon is a CPA, coach, and mentor for small business owners who want more perspective and less paperwork when it comes to their finances. Her company, Fitnancial Solutions, offers tax strategy and fractional CFO services delivered from the heart of a teacher who values connection and authenticity. Shannon’s real-life relatable examples make the financial side of business less daunting so you can focus on serving your customers and making money. She is the host of the Keep What You Earn podcast and we’re excited for you to hear some straightforward advice to lower your tax bill.

  • Shannon personally likes QuickBooks and Gusto for small business accounting and payroll, but she did mention Wave as a free option. And after digging in it’s well reviewed so it might even be an option we consider!
  • Here is that 3partseries on S Corporations on Shannon’s Keep What You Earn podcast.
  • And be sure to give Shannon a follow over on Instagram!
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