Growing Your Wealth by Minimizing Tax & Managing Cash, With John Briggs

Filed in Podcasts, Previous Episodes on November 8, 2022

This may come as a shock to you but…the IRS sucks at spending your money.

John Briggs wants to show you how you can keep more of your hard-earned money.

You see, the tax and accounting industry is quite lazy. It’s all about plugging and chugging taxpayers info into software and voilà–a result…

The sad part is most taxpayers don’t realize there is a much better way to treat your financial situation. It’s called smart strategies, communication, and a competent tax adviser.

Here’s a certain truth: the State and Federal Government would love to have more of your hard-earned money in their accounts. Sure, even though it’s painful, none of us begrudge paying our legal and fair share of taxes.

But the problem is that regular taxpayers, like you, are missing out on legal and safe deductions, to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars in unclaimed refunds every year!

Tune in and hear John’s answers to questions such as:

  • What is the greatest challenge business owners face concerning their finances?
  • What is one of the most damaging myths surrounding taxes?
  • In what ways are business owners leaving money on the table year after year?
  • At what stage of business is it important to have a cash flow management system?
  • And much, much more!


About This Guest: ()

John Briggs, founder of Incite Tax & Accounting and author of Profit First For Microgyms, is an accountant and accomplished business entrepreneur with a mission to help other brick-and-mortar business owners achieve their goals without burning out. His accounting firm has more gym clients than any other firm in the United States, as well as thousands of other client-driven businesses (He has even helped us here at Interview Connections!). John knows first-hand the stress and unknown hurdles that come with starting a new business, and guides entrepreneurs to financial success through cash flow management, while also banishing the toxic CPA culture of being overworked and underpaid.