Taxpertise

Taxpertise

The Complete Book of Dirty Little Secrets and Tax Deductions for Small Business the IRS Doesn't Want You to Know

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Baker & Taylor
Outlines out-of-the-box strategies and practical solutions for addressing tax issues, challenging popular misconceptions while covering such topics as minimizing a small business's taxable income, reducing liabilities, and maximizing deductions. Original.

Perseus Publishing
Taxpayer champion and enrolled agent Bonnie Lee puts the IRS under the microscope and uncovers proven methods, and surprisingly simple strategies to minimize your taxable income, maximize deductions, and, ultimately?add thousands back to your business’ bottom line! Do you owe an insurmountable sum to the IRS? Pay pennies on the dollar. Secret formula the IRS uses to determine an acceptable offer is revealed?Page 246 Save tax dollars simply by reorganizing your workspace?Page 17 Stuff tax dollars back into your pocket by fixing errors on your balance sheet?Page 50 Eat tax-free! Some meal expenses are 100 % deductible. Find out what qualifies?Page 56 Got a great hobby you’re turning into a bona fide business? Deduct the losses by following these guidelines?Page 99 Is your home office a red flag??Page 107 You inherited Grandma’s house. Do you have to pay taxes on it??Page 121 Can you write off your clothing??Page 133 Under IRS audit? Learn ?audit speak” to deal effectively with the IRS?Page 215

Taxpayer champion and enrolled agent Bonnie Lee puts the IRS under the microscope and uncovers proven methods, and surprisingly simple strategies to minimize your taxable income, maximize deductions, and, ultimately—add thousands back to your business’ bottom line! Do you owe an insurmountable sum to the IRS? Pay pennies on the dollar. Secret formula the IRS uses to determine an acceptable offer is revealed—Page 246 Save tax dollars simply by reorganizing your workspace—Page 17 Stuff tax dollars back into your pocket by fixing errors on your balance sheet—Page 50 Eat tax-free! Some meal expenses are 100 % deductible. Find out what qualifies—Page 56 Got a great hobby you’re turning into a bona fide business? Deduct the losses by following these guidelines—Page 99 Is your home office a red flag?—Page 107 You inherited Grandma’s house. Do you have to pay taxes on it?—Page 121 Can you write off your clothing?—Page 133 Under IRS audit? Learn “audit speak” to deal effectively with the IRS—Page 215


Book News
With the attitude that the answer to every tax question is: "It depends, " a longtime taxpayer advocate offers tips to the self-employed and small business owners for keeping records for tax purposes, paying and disputing taxes owed, and surviving an audit. The book includes the requisite horror stories, sample balance sheet and profit and loss statements, checklists, and a glossary. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Publisher: United States : J.L. Calmes, [2009]
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9781599183503
1599183501
Branch Call Number: 343.7305 LEE
Notes: Includes index

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