Accelerated Wealth: Columbus Ohio Office

at 4041 N High St Suite 203B, Columbus, 43214 United States

At Accelerated Wealth, we are a wealth strategy firm. We help our clients identify the areas where their wealth is draining and we plug those drains.


Accelerated Wealth: Columbus Ohio Office
4041 N High St Suite 203B
Columbus , OH 43214
United States
Contact Phone
P: (614) 344-4308
Website
http://www.awcolumbus.com

Description

As a wealth strategy firm, we don’t believe in a “one-size fits all” financial strategy. We come alongside our clients and help them identify areas they are UNKNOWINGLY and UNNECESSARILY transferring their hard-earned wealth to others, and then incorporate time-tested and trusted strategies to ACCELERATE their dreams and goals, whether in the business environment or in their family. At Accelerated Wealth®, we don’t rush to sell products. Instead, our focus is on the “story” of each individual client. We aim to understand issues and concerns that keep our clients up at night, as well as the dreams that keep them fueled. We believe that by understanding and listening first, together, we can build a financial strategy that can withstand life-style changes, economic volatility, and government policy change. Our goal is pretty simple: to ensure that 100% of our clients are in a significantly better financial position after meeting us, than they were when walking through our doors for the first time. Helping others reach their financial goals is the fuel that keeps us going every time we meet a new family or business owner.

Specialities

Price category
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If you are free for lunch this Wednesday, you may want to check this out. The Clintonville Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting.. Integrity Selling CLOSING YOUR CALLING: SELLING BY SERVING 11:30-1:00 Lavash Cafe We are all called to do something special--yet too often we ignore, suppress, or find ways to avoid pursuit of our true calling. Topics Addressed: • Finding your Purpose, Discovering you Why. • Finding needs and filling them. • How every NO gets you closer to a YES • Personality Profiling (First Rule: "To Thine Own Self Be True") • It's Win-Win, or No Deal • Don’t sell...teach • How passion fuels perseverance This Presentation will Provide: 1. Practical tips and action steps to discern your calling 2. A step-by-step breakdown of the consultative/integrity selling approach 3. Guidelines on how to identify personality types (starting with your own!) 4. How to close the sale gently but firmly. This presentation will examine what these factors mean to you in both your personal and professional life. Further, it will help you delve deeper into your own mindsets that may be holding you back--especially when it comes to issues around perseverance. When you are truly committed and driven by a mission and purpose that is greater than yourself, you gain focus and tap a potential within you that can create outstanding results. Matt Byrne is President of MyHealthQuoter.com, a division of Spiralight Group, a health insurance brokerage specializing in affordable solutions for individuals, families and employer sponsored plans. Matt has a Bachelor of Arts degree from Boston University and holds a life and health insurance license. He serves on the board of Central Ohio Professional Education Council (COPEC) and the Foundation Board of Trustees for First Community Church. Matt can be reached at (614) 336-3636 or http://www.myhealthquoter.com/ Message me to RSVP! Jason

Published on 2014-09-09 02:37:08 GMT

-TAX TIPS FOR STUDENTS WITH A SUMMER JOB- Is your child a student with a summer job? Here's what you should know about the income your child earns over the summer. All taxpayers fill out a W-4 when starting a new job. This form is used by employers to determine the amount of tax that will be withheld from your paycheck. Taxpayers with multiple summer jobs will want to make sure all their employers are withholding an adequate amount of taxes to cover their total income tax liability. If you have any questions about whether your child's withholding is correct, please call our office. Whether your child is working as a waiter or a camp counselor, he or she may receive tips as part of their summer income. All tip income is taxable and is therefore subject to federal income tax. Many students do odd jobs over the summer to make extra cash. If this is your child's situation, keep in mind that earnings received from self-employment are also subject to income tax. This includes income from odd jobs such as baby-sitting and lawn mowing. If your child has net earnings of $400 or more from self-employment, he or she also has to pay self-employment tax. (Church employee income of $108.28 or more must also pay.) This tax pays for benefits under the Social Security system. Social Security and Medicare benefits are available to individuals who are self-employed just as they are to wage earners who have Social Security tax and Medicare tax withheld from their wages. The self-employment tax is figured on Form 1040, Schedule SE. Subsistence allowances paid to ROTC students participating in advanced training are not taxable. However, active duty pay--such as pay received during summer advanced camp--is taxable. Special rules apply to services performed as a newspaper carrier or distributor. As direct seller, your child is treated as being self-employed for federal tax purposes if the following conditions are met: Your child is in the business of delivering newspapers. All pay for these services directly relates to sales rather than to the number of hours worked. Delivery services are performed under a written contract which states that your child will not be treated as an employee for federal tax purposes. Generally however, newspaper carriers or distributors under age 18 are not subject to self-employment tax. A summer work schedule is sometimes a patchwork of odd jobs, which makes for confusion come tax time. Contact us if you have any questions at all about income your child earned this summer season. The Hancock Group, LLC 715 Horizon Drive, Suite 380 Grand Junction, CO, 81506

Published on 2014-07-10 18:36:42 GMT

Here is a recent update from our CEO-Bill Walton. I love this company! From: Bill Walton Sent: Saturday, February 08, 2014 12:31 AM Subject: Great News!!! I wanted you all to know that our Accelerated Wealth family helped IJM raid 8 brothels to rescue and secure 34 victims of trafficking in SE Asia. Thank you all for being a part of our family and that together we have made a huge difference in 34 children lives...they are fee and safe tonight!!! Bill