Doing our taxes is right up there on the list of Things We’d Rather Not Be Doing in our spare time, but whether you’re self-employed or happily in a 9-5, working a side hustle or a small business owner, giving yourself the biggest refund or lowest tax bill possible is damn appealing.
Sure, tax isn’t the hottest Masterclass Online subject we’ve ever tackled, but with Shelly Horton as our host and an expert who’s going to make it easy to digest and dare we say it … fun, it’s going to be a lot more memorable than sitting in a brown office cubicle at your local tax agent.
In this Masterclass Online, specifically for employees (if you have a startup or small business register here), Mel Browne is going to cover the practical tools and tips to help you get your best ever tax return – and what you should spend it on (we’re guessing she’s not going to say shoes). She’ll share her advice, tax hacks, and the clever ways to maximise your return this end of financial year. If you join us live, you’ll be able to ask questions, which Mel will answer at the end of the session.If you can’t join us live, once registered, you’ll be sent the link to watch it later – where else can you get tax advice in your pyjamas, wine in hand?
Our monthly Masterclass Online webinars are FREE for Premium members and $14.95 for non-members. FYI: if you aren’t a Premium member, do the math ($14.95 x 12 = $180) and that’s almost your membership fee covered right there! Heck, it’s even tax deductible. Head here if you want to find out more about joining.
PSA: Mel is giving away five copies of her bestselling book, Unf*ck Your Finances, at the end of the webinar. Join us live to be in the running to win a copy!
About Mel Browne
Mel Browne is a financial advisor and accountant who is on a personal mission to unf*ck your finances and inspire you to embrace financial wellness.
She believes that part of the problem is that money still has an almighty ick surrounding it. Too often we believe nice girls don’t talk about money and they certainly don’t say they want more of it. And the research backs this up, suggesting that while women are confident in their ability to manage money, more than half find dealing with money stressful, just under half admitted simply thinking too much about their long-term future makes them uncomfortable, while an honest one third of women say they simply find it boring.
Mel is the author of three business and finance books you’ll actually want to read. Her first book, More Money for Shoes compares building a business to building a wardrobe. Her second book, Fabulous but Broke contains thirteen financial fairy tales designed to challenge your money mindset and her third book Unf*ck your Finances will show you how to move from despair to resilience to financial wellness.
DISCLAIMER: This webinar represents general information only. Before making any financial or investment decisions, we recommend you consult a financial planner or accountant to take into account your personal investment objectives, taxation, financial situation and individual needs.