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Bill Seabrooke

Advisor

Role and Company

President, J. William Seabrooke, CPA, P.C.

Expertise

36 years experience in financial services

Location

Cumming, GA

About Bill

http://www.billseabrookecpa.com/info-pages/about-us.php

Retired Marine Corps A-6E "Intruder" Bombardier/Navigator
Naval Flight Officer
Retired Marine Corps Officer
Certified Public Accountant
Chartered Global Management Accountant
Former DoD Project Manager (R&D)
Small Business Advisor
Tax Return Preparer

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3 years ago

How do I get the ball rolling on my small business idea?

Jessica, In addition to the excellent information that has already been posted: 1. If at all possible, decide on the type...

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3 years ago

I started an LLC but am now shutting it down. What do I need to think about tax/business wise?

Byron, I would certainly start with the California Secretary of State, whose office should have approved your LLC. They may...

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3 years ago

I am starting a tool design company in Medina, Ohio 44256, and would much prefer to use a veteran-owned CPA business. Any suggestions on where/how I might locate such?

Walter, I recommend that you contact the Accountancy Board of Ohio ( http://www.acc.ohio.gov/ ) and ask one of...

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3 years ago

Where can I find a business plan template for free?

Matthew, I have a model in Microsoft Word that can be adapted/modified for your specific requirements. I can't locate...

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4 years ago

GMAT Score on Resume?

I agree with Dennis Santare. The general standard for a resume is two pages, maximum. A prospective employer is most...

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