422 Tax Deductions for Businesses & Self Employed Individuals

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Bell Springs Pub., 2004 - Business & Economics - 219 pages
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Unlike other tax guides, this is an encyclopedia of legal deductions that entirely sidesteps tax loopholes, tax avoidance schemes, and questionable areas of law. Written in alphabetical order, the book saves readers the onerous task of hunting through a maze of index entries. Complex, confusing tax and accounting terminology has been replaced with simple, straightforward English. Also included are inspiring quotes, little known facts, and witty cartoons to cheer up readers as they tackle this often-intimidating subject.

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A little over a year ago I was given the job of bookkeeper for my brother's company. Coming from a liberal arts background, and have zero experience with taxes, budgets, accounting, or large sums of ... Read full review

Contents

A Treasure Hunt
11
Terminology
26
All Expenses
33
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Kamoroff is a columnist for In Business Magazine. He is a Certified Public Accountant with twenty years' experience, specializing in small business.

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