Are you a small business owner looking to file your own taxes or thinking about opening your own business? Whether you are a seasoned entrepreneur or just starting out, this webinar will be full of important info and tips as we approach tax season. Join The Iowa Center and Ann Hartz of CPA Des Moines as we cover plenty of important information for tax time.
About Our Speaker…
Ann M Hartz is a CPA with a passion for helping other business owners focus on the parts of their business that matter to them most by taking away their concerns about day-to-day financial and bookkeeping issues. She has wanted to run her own tax practice since before going to school to become a CPA. She says, “It is always what I wanted to do from the time I did my first tax return.”
She adds: “My passion is taking a burden away from the business owner and giving them peace of mind that they will not get into trouble with the IRS and that they are doing the very best that they can in regard to their bottom line.”
Ann is a life-long resident of Iowa- born and raised in Albia and currently residing in Des Moines. She has more than 20 years of accounting and tax experience. She graduated from William Penn College in Oskaloosa, IA and worked early in her accounting career in the Southern Iowa area. She branched out on her own and opened her own Tax Practice in Albia before moving to Des Moines in 2000. She has worked for McGowen, Hurst, Clark and Smith, The Des Moines Symphony and Unity Point (formerly Iowa Health System) in different accounting capacities. She currently owns her own accounting and Tax practice in West Des Moines.
She is married to the love of her life, Bob Hartz, and together they have four children with six grandchildren and counting! She says, “I am a runner and I am very interested in staying fit and healthy as I grow old.” Ann is keen to help business owners be masters of their finances. She says: “I hope that business owners will understand how keeping the financial side of the business current will reward them with larger profits.”
The Iowa Center Women’s Business Center is funded in part by U.S. Small Business Administration.