I met Stephanie Heredia from an email she sent me describing the Entrepreneur Center Program on Campus at the University of Tampa (something she is involved with for her business).
Immediately, Stephanie struck me as an entrepreneur on the rise. Her company is www.taxestampa.com where she helps individuals and business owners with bookkeeping and tax preparation services. You can reach Stephanie at Stephanie@taxestampa.com.
From its website: The John P. Lowth Entrepreneurship Center in the Sykes College of Business teaches skills that are critical for today’s entrepreneur. Learning to identify opportunities, prepare executable business plans and hone skills through a combination of classroom study and applied learning, makes our program unique. Entrepreneurship education is the fastest growing field of study in the United States, with entrepreneurs projected to be the group that creates vigorous and sustained economic development worldwide.
Stephanie and I talk about entrepreneurship, and also mistakes students make in filing their tax returns, including: whether or not to file, whether to pay sales tax in their business, and money management.