Video Tax Tips – Chun Wong Shares His Expert Tax Knowledge

Filed in CPA Blog by on December 29, 2012
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December 28, 2012. Video is an incredible medium for sharing knowledge. Chun Wong, Managing Partner at Safe Harbor LLP, was honored to have been contacted by industry-leader e-How to produce a series of informative tax videos for the small businessperson or salaried individual who has tax questions.

Taxes are nothing if not complicated, but Chun shares his knowledge in an easy-to-understand way about the in’s and out’s of taxes. Many San Francisco residents are both high income and high expense, and this is especially true for high net worth individuals in the San Francisco Bay Area as well as small businesspeople.

Chun has just produced the following videos –

Safe Harbor LLP - Video Introduction to Top San Francisco CPA Firm Meet Safe Harbor LLP through our introductory video. Click here to learn more about us and meet our talented, friendly staff!
Tax Breaks for Adopting Children in San Francisco Learn about Tax Breaks for Adopting Children by Chun Wong, Managing Partner.
Safe Harbor Tax Tips for Freelance (Self-Employed in San Francisco) Learn about Tax Tips for Freelancers. Chun Wong, Managing Partner, gives tips applicable for any self-employed individual.
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Tax Tips for Charitable Giving, High Income Individuals In San Francisco, CA

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Tax Breaks for Secondary Education in San Francisco, CA

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S-Corporation Tax Losses and Deductions, San Francisco, CA

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