Books of Interest to Independent Professionals
(What? You work for yourself and you actually have time to read books?)
Training Resources for IPs
Day in the Life of an Independent Professional
When it's hot in the Hamptons, superstar
summer residents lounge by their swimming pools in delicious privacy,
shielded from public view by eight-foot hedgerows, Byzantine gardens,
and splendid shrubbery. Alas, local estates don't always come equipped
with these living defense systems. That's why they hire somebody
like IP landscape designer Elizabeth Lear to design and plant them...
Tale of a Dark Night in April
A trenchcoated man stalks the shadows in a rain-dark alley; a mad bomber
tinkers with tubes and wires in his basement; a prosecutor slams the
bars on a prisoner crying his innocence. We associate such images with
1930s movies, not with our own lives, but at least once every year --
usually in April -- IPs have a first hand experience of film noir.
You Think You Can File an Accurate
Tax Return, Do You?
Unless you think like Al
Capone, you probably plan to file your tax returns. Still, the question
remains even for the law abiding: "Should I do it myself, or pay
a professional tax preparer to do it?" 1099 speaks with
three professionals about the risks of each method.
John Doe on
marketing for IPs
John Doe? Huh?
client relations and
This week: San
alienation and despair
(just kidding) (maybe)
New every Friday
|Good grief, it's April! Are your tax returns driving you bonkers? Does your life suddenly feel like a toxic waste dump? Before you call Dr. Kevorkian, check out these
Key Web Sites for Tax Panic.