Courses

Atlanta Tax offers two courses designed for new and future owners of small businesses who want a solid foundation and clear understanding about the financial side of running a company.

Each course includes videos covering various accounting and tax concepts, quizzes to test your understanding, and handouts to refer to after course completion.

The first course is specifically for owners of solo and small law firms. The second course is geared toward owners of all other service-based businesses such as those in consulting, marketing, therapy, IT advisory, real estate agents, and similar.

Accounting & Taxes for Attorneys

This course is designed for new and future solo and small law firm owners who want to comprehend basic accounting and tax concepts that are essential for the success of their firm.

With this course, you’ll learn how to read your firm’s financial statements and how doing so regularly is beneficial, as well as be alert to certain important tax considerations – includes ones specific to law firms. You’ll also gain a better understanding of how to work with your firm’s accountant and tax advisor.

This course is applicable to all practice areas.

What You’ll Learn

  • How to decipher financial statements
  • How to find and resolve financial statement errors
  • Awareness of tax considerations specific to law firms
  • Best practices for a law firm’s financial reporting
  • Fundamentals of cash flow management

Accounting & Taxes for Small Businesses

This course is designed for new and future owners of small, service-based businesses who want to a solid foundation and clear understanding about the financial side of running a company.

With this course, you’ll learn how to read your company’s financial statements and how doing so regularly is beneficial, as well as be alert to certain important small business tax considerations. You’ll also gain a better understanding of how to work with your company’s accountant and tax advisor.

This course is applicable to any small, service-based business such as those in consulting, marketing, therapy, IT advisory, real estate agents, and similar. Although this course could be beneficial for small business owners in any industry, it does not cover accounting and tax concepts such as inventory and depreciation.

Key Takeaways

  • How to decipher financial statements
  • How to find and resolve financial statement errors
  • Important tax considerations to know as a small business owner
  • Best practices for financial reporting
  • Fundamentals of cash flow management