Easy Ways to Lower Your Taxes: Simple Strategies Every Taxpayer Should Know (Google eBook)
Reduce your taxes with great tips in plain English.
While many tax books claim they can sharply reduce or eliminate your tax burden altogether, too often their dubious methods apply to nearly no one -- or their accounting schemes run the risk of drawing unwelcome IRS scrutiny. Easy Ways to Lower Your Taxes provides legitimate tactics and useful insights that can really lower your tax bill without running afoul of the IRS.
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Each rule is accompanied by excerpts, strategies, ideas, and real-world examples, plus information on retirement plans, home mortgages, student loans, charitable contributions, medical expenses, dependents -- even businesses that never get started! You'll save big with the simple strategies found in Easy Ways to Lower Your Taxes.
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Review: Easy Ways to Lower Your Taxes: Simple Strategies Every Taxpayer Should KnowUser Review - Amy - Goodreads
Very interesting! I learned a lot. Unfortunately, this book will be outdated after this tax season. All of the monetary figures are provided specifically for the 2008 tax season. Read full review
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