422 Tax Deductions for Businesses & Self Employed Individuals
"You get a raise every time you find a legitimate tax deduction, " says Bernard Kamoroff, and he tells small-business owners how to find the write-offs slipping through their fingers and deduct everything they legally can. Readers will appreciate the author's simple and clear explanations almost as much as the tremendous savings they can realize by following his advice.
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