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CashApp and other apps have been simple ways for customers to pay for services, and things have changed, tax-wise.
About this episode…
Remona Baptiste, CPA, explains how CashApp can be used by Barbers for more than just taking payments, and how the tax changes affect us..
- The new tax guidelines that CashApp and others have to folllow (it’s a lot lower before they have to report our income to the IRS)
- How some Barbers are able to use CashApp as a bank and accounting tool to make tax time easier
About my Guest
Ramona Baptiste is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), licensed in the state of Georgia who specializes in tax preparation and planning, tax resolution, accounting, and consulting for small businesses and individuals.
Ramona enjoys working with nonprofit organizations and working in her community. She currently serves on the Advisory Board for United Way of Greater Atlanta – Gwinnett County, and is active in her church community in Decatur, GA.
Ramona is a Louisiana native with experience in both the private and public sectors. She’s been a CPA since 1993, and began her career on the audit team of a local CPA firm in New Orleans. Since that time, her diverse career has afforded her opportunities to serve in various accounting and financial roles, including directing large financial teams for various Fortune 500 companies, including ADP and Aegon USA and Intuit.
Contact my Guest
If you have questions for Ramona, would like clarifications, or would like to contact her, here is her information, including a link to schedule a meeting with her:
Ramona Baptiste, CPA
RCB Consulting Group, LLC
678-203-5181 new mobile