422 Tax Deductions for Businesses & Self-Employed Individuals
Fully updated for the 2003 tax season, this year-round illustrated reference is aimed at independent professionals and contractors, freelancers, and home and Internet businesses. The hundreds of tax breaks listed are not loopholes but legitimate business deductions that accountants forget to ask their clients about or that the IRS chooses not to mention on its tax forms.
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