Eva Rosenberg - a.k.a. The Tax Mama

Tax Mama Eva RosenbergEva Rosenberg, MBA, EA
email: taxmama@taxmama.com
www.taxmama.com
Affectionately known as TaxMama to her clients and her audience.

Our TaxMama has decades of tax and business experience, across a surprising spectrum of industries. Combining formal training at national CPA firms and years in the trenches with her warm, homey style, she does her best to protect her brood from the ravages of the U.S. Income Tax system. Eva's free, weekly newsletter, Ask TaxMama
www.taxmama.com/asktaxmama has a loyal following worldwide. Her office in Southern California specializes in small businesses, non-filers trying to get back into the system and Internet-based businesses across the globe.

You can read the transcript of our workshop with Eva Rosenberg.

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