Top Tax Savings Ideas

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McGraw-Hill Companies,Incorporated, Mar 25, 2004 - Business & Economics - 220 pages
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Cut Your Business Tax Expenses - Explained in Terms You Can Really Understand

Do you worry about how much your business pays in taxes, but don't have time to keep up with changes in the tax code? Minimize the tax bite with Top Tax Savings Ideas. This survival guide examines every imaginable tax break available today. You'll get up-to-date and easy-to-implement-year-round strategies to lower taxes and avoid common pitfalls. This completely revised edition includes the most recent May 2003 tax law updates, and identifies a wide assortment of tax deductions, fringe benefits and tax deferrals. In plain English, you'll get answers to questions like:

  • Which tax savings are most often overlooked by entrepreneurs?
  • Are tax shelters a good idea?
  • What type of business entity is best for me?
  • How can I avoid tax-planning pitfalls?
  • What questions should I ask my tax advisor?

You'll also get vital tax-planning information on incorporating, record-keeping, deductions and retirement - and much more!

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Contents

Get to Know the Current Tax Environment
1
Choose the Right Identity to Structure
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Is Incorporation Right for You?
22
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Thomas J. Stemmy, C.P.A., M.M.S. (Green Belt, MD) is a widely respected tax specialist and consultant with 30 years’ experience both in private industry and as a tax agent for the IRS. An award-winning writer, he is the author of How to Slash the Cost, Time, and Aggravation of a Tax Audit.

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