Business Tax Answer Book, Book 2009
The Business Tax Answer Book covers an encyclopedia of information -- everything a business owner or advisor needs to know about tax and how to interpret and apply the tax rules. The Business Tax Answer Book is an accessible, practical, plain-language and comprehensive reference source for tax information for accountants, attorneys, business owners, and other business advisors. Whether a business is just starting up or has been in existence for years, whether it is a sole proprietorship, partnership, corporation, or limited liability company, the Answer Book provides, in simple, no-nonsense language, answers to the key questions.
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