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It’ll be here before you know it!

By that I mean the end of the year…We’re about to start the fourth quarter and it’s time to assess your field position… (can you tell it’s a Fall Sunday?)…

Here’s the thing, I own a side business buying and selling real estate…haven’t done any deals lately because I am waiting on a decision from a bank on a short sale I have been working on (for over 10 MONTHS!!!! I’ll save that story for another post) , but nevertheless, I am still a business owner. Now here’s the thing, I have an accountant, and like most business owners, guess when I sit down and have “The Tax Talk” with her…yeah, sometime in late February, early March – just when she’s got just loads of time to spend chatting with me…not.

So, this year I am going to try something different. I am going to set up a meeting with her for an hour, just for a checkup – Go over year end tax strategies, let her know what I have done this year, go over my books to make sure there are no surprises. More importantly, run my plans for the next year by her and make sure I am heading in the right direction. I also intend to go over my plans to start my virtual company, to make sure I have my ducks in a row.

I guess you get so busy with life that you forget simple things that may save you a ton of hassles in the future. This is my application of the 80/20 rule.

On another note I am still reading Made to Stick.. Did I mention how good it was? I am starting to apply what I have read in my communications both in my personal life and my “day job”.

I also added a blog roll link to this site – The 4 Hour Work Week Forum. It looks new and promising; I am joining it and intend to participate.

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