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#33 – Have you ever thought about starting a business of your own? Believe it or not, a lot of people aspire to do so after they have retired from their corporate jobs!
In this episode, Jeremy Keil joins Greg Edlund, CEO & founder of CFO Unlimited. From being a corporate accountant to a pastor, and now a business owner, Greg has done it all! He is here to share his experience on what this transition is like and to provide tips on how you can set up your own business.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- Why you need to plan for employment taxes
- 7 steps to make setting up a new business much simpler
- How to choose the most suitable structure for your business
- Ways to relieve the burden of quarterly estimated tax withholdings
- What it’s like to move from a career-focused job to a passion-focused business
- And more!
Tune in now to learn how you can easily tackle the most common challenges faced by new business owners!
- Keil Financial Partners
- Greg Edlund: (608) 616-4303 Ext. 1
- CFO Unlimited
- 3 Keys You Should Know Before Choosing a Financial Advisor
- 6 Questions Retirees Aren’t Asking But Should Be
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