Get your bookkeeping, tax and finance questions answered by some Radical Money People (RMPs). Tell your Friends!
This event is $1-$10 sliding scale at the door. The fee will go to cover costs to hold the event and any additional funds will be donated to a local non-profit. No one will be turned away for lack of funds!
NOTE: We can also provide advice to small non-profits, groups considering starting non-profits and all-volunteer groups trying to sort out shared finances.
Asset to the Resistance challenges the capitalist system through education about money. The following folks will be organized to help answer all those burning questions.
Jenna Goldin has been a Licensed Tax Return Preparer in Oregon since 2010. In addition to tax preparation, Jenna offers bookkeeping services, Quickbooks set-up and support, and workshops for small business owners. Her background is in women’s studies and psychology. She became a tax preparer as a way to do social justice work around money and finance. She aims to create a supportive and empowering experience for her clients. Mathllc.com
Katy Meegan is the founder of Bandit Books llc, a bookkeeping, accounting and management resource for creative creatures. She has the nitty gritty experience of starting and operating a successful illustration & letterpress printing company while in her twenties and founding a collective arts organization. She now works primarily with artists, designers, healers, craftspeople, freelancers, individuals and small businesses from all walks of life to navigate the financial side of their work and businesses. Through myriad tactics she works to get the accounting to makes sense, feel manageable and to be ready when tax time comes. She is trained in both Quickbooks Online and Desktop versions, Bill.com and XERO, Microsoft Excel. She has a passion for creativity, craft, nature, movement, social justice and thriving communities. Oh yea, she also makes things! http://www.banditbooks.com/
Brian Frank is an accountant, tax preparer and fiscal management consultant with more than 15 years of experience. His focus is financial literacy training and bookkeeping for business owners and non-profit directors, organizational evaluations that examine the intersections of administration, technology, reporting and financial decision making, as well as resolving bizarre balance issues. His website is www.brianfrankpdx.com
Meg Keys is the owner of MKBK llc, a bookkeeping and small business consulting practice that focuses on successfully organizing your financial and business needs. Through Meg's 20+ years of experience she has learned no two businesses are the same and intimately understands the full range of questions individuals as well as businesses have around their finances. She helps clients get empowered by their numbers and organized to help make taxes a breeze. She is a Diamond Pro Advisor for Quickbooks Online, a Gusto Payroll Services Bronze Partner and launching business education series in the summer of 2019. Mkbkllc.com
Emily Gowen is the owner of PDX Money Coaching and empowers individuals, couples and small business owners to confidently manage their money. A bodyworker for 8 years, Emily provides a grounded and welcoming space for people to talk about their financial future. She uses her educational background in math and financial coaching to tackle client questions with clarity and gusto -- on topics from budgeting and debt payoff to basic business bookkeeping, home buying and more.
Hazel Gross ran several small businesses before becoming a bookkeeper six years ago. She is a Gusto Bronze partner and Quickbooks Online Gold Pro Advisor. She specializes in setting up and working with all types of small businesses in Portland.
Jes Rega has been doing ledger accounting for 20 years. She’s spent a majority of her career working for small businesses, with a focus on budgeting, financial analysis, and cash flow management. She doesn’t do taxes.