Teaching Canadian self employed, contractors, freelancers, and direct sellers, and small business owners how to manage the bookkeeping, financial and tax backend of their business. Master the “business side” of your business!
It is my job to teach you how to do your own bookkeeping.
With thirty years of business experience, Lynn Webb has taken the next step in business – mentoring and training Canadian self employed people and up-and-coming business owners.
Build your business with the guidance of an experienced Certified Professional Bookkeeper helping you do it right. Bookkeeping coaching is excellent for startups and entrepreneurs that need answers fast. Consulting services available for projects you need to get done!
This is a listing of some of the most common resources my clients request
for their small business.
Here is a popular form that clients will use to record their home based expenses for the year. Easy and simple to record and submit to your accountant.
How do you know if you should be doing your own books or if you should hire someone? Such a dilemma sometimes! A common question for many small business owners!
Find the 5 mistakes direct sellers / network marketers and solopreneurs do most often to cost them money!
Many ask me how to navigate the Canada Revenue Agency, before you get into trouble, and what to do if you can't pay them. This worksheet will help!
This checklist will help you determine what you need to do before you go to your accountant to get your taxes done. Use this checklist to make sure you haven't forgotten anything!
Learn how to organize your paperwork to save money on bookkeeping and accounting fees. Yes, there is a way to save money on fees, and be more prepared.
I have a passion for small business owners. I love making a difference and giving a resource that is not readily available. I especially have a passion for teaching. But my story isn't unique....I was in your shoes once. Actually more than once....
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