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Whether it’s for personal tax or business tax, it’s going to come due at some point in time. It’s how we keep our government rolling along so we can get the goods and services from them that make this country great.
But it’s not a painless process.
We all pay various taxes throughout the year and then, once a year, on April 15. we have what many people call, the “dreaded tax day.”
I’ve talked before about how I feel about taxes.
After all, everybody likes the benefits that come with paying taxes, it’s just the burden of recording and filing that’s such a pain.
Paying taxes for your small business means you are (typically) making money — which is the whole point, right?
It helps to have some “inside scoop” on the confusing maze of tax issues and tax breaks to ensure you get all the tax deductions you deserve in your small business.
So I was happy to see the newly updated book, Lower Your Taxes – BIG TIME! 2017-2018 Edition: Wealth Building, Tax Reduction Secrets from an IRS Insider.
It’s a big, meaty book with helpful tips like how to deduct your fun, how to turn your vacation into a tax deductible write off, and fringe benefits available to small businesses like yours (and tons more great tips!). Written by a former IRS attorney, this book is packed full of good tips you should know.
I think the author of this book, Sandy Botkin (CPA), has hit it out of the ball park with this Lower Your Taxes (Big Time!) book and highly recommend that you pick up a copy today. You can get it from Amazon today by clicking here
Hello! I'm Denise, Your Project Partner -- I manage your projects and the project team so you can achieve that dream business you've been chasing. Managing the project plan, the deliverables, the timeline, the to-do list, and the team to get it all done are the things that light up my day. I'd love to help you get your projects done. Click here to learn more.
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