Learn More to Earn More
Current Continuing Business Education for:
LMT’s, Estheticians, Cosmetologists, and other Body-Worker Industry Professionals
Each class has been approved for 3 hours of Massage Therapy Continuing Education
License Number CE1731
Hidden Financial and Tax Issues for the Body-Worker (Recorded Webinar Coming Soon!)
Objective 1 – What are the three areas of being an independent contractor versus an employee?
Objective 2 – What forms/sample agreements are used for independent contractors?
Objective 3 – Completing W-9 Forms and receiving 1099’s when working with physicians/medical clinics.
Objective 4 – Tracking IRS Form Schedule C income and expenses
Objective 5 – Understanding self-employment tax and estimated quarterly tax payments
Employee vs Independent Contractor: The Body-Worker (Recorded Webinar Coming Soon!)
Objective 1 – Defining what constitutes an employee versus independent contractor.
Objective 2 – Tracking taxable income from receipts and tip sheets.
Objective 3 – IRS mileage deduction versus automobile percentage deduction
Objective 4 – As an employee, what options you have regarding deducting non-reimbursable employee expenses.
Objective 5 – A review of suggested standard deductions and how they should be classified.
Additional Revenue Streams for Body-Workers (Recorded Webinar Coming Soon!)
Objective 1 – Promoting and selling holistic products.
Objective 2 – Development of additional holistic services for health and wellness.
Objective 3 – Sales tax and how it affects your business.
Objective 4 – Introduction of billing auto and health insurance.
Setting-Up and Maintaining Your Body-Worker Business (Recorded Webinar Coming Soon!)
Objective 1 – What type of legal entities can I set up in Texas?
Objective 2 – Defining what constitutes a business deduction in your practice.
Objective 3 – Determining what insurance is required.
Objective 4 – What federal and state tax return(s) are required and when to file.
Objective 5 – Processes for closing your business in Texas.