Home Business Tax Deductions: Keep What You Earn
Keep your hard-earned money in your home business!
Completely updated for 2008 returns
Tax deductions are essential to any business, but even more so when your office is also your home. Don't spend thousands on an accountant --turn to "Home Business Tax Deductions" and do it yourself!
Home Business Tax Deductions will help you write off:
your home office
start-up and operating expenses
vehicles and travel
entertainment and meals
health insurance and medical bills
The 5th edition is completely updated with all the latest tax information, eligibility requirements and deductions for 2008 returns. "Home Business Tax Deductions" also covers how to avoid being classified as a hobby business, steer clear of home-business tax scams, stay out of trouble with the IRS and take special deductions if your business loses money.
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3 StartUp Expenses
4 Home Business Operating Expenses
6 The Home Office Deduction
7 Meal and Entertainment Expenses
8 Car and Local Travel Expenses
9 Business Travel
13 Retirement Deductions
14 Additional Home Business Deductions
15 Record Keeping and Accounting
16 Claiming Tax Deductions for Prior Years
17 Staying Out of Trouble With the IRS
18 Help Beyond This Book
11 Hiring Workers
12 Medical Expenses
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