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Tax Strategies for the Small Business Owner, 1st ed. Reduce Your Taxes and Fatten Your Profits

Langue : Anglais

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Tax Strategies for the Small Business Owner: Reduce Your Taxes and Fatten Your Profits  will help the small business owner increase profits while feeling more comfortable dealing with taxes. It begins by looking at the often overlooked critical decision small business owners face when they start a business: the choice of business entity. The book then examines all the deductions that a business owner can take legally to reduce taxes. It also provides advice business owners need to make good tax-related decisions: Should I lease or buy? Should I hire an employee or outsource the task? How much will buying a building reduce my taxes and for how long?

Many people freeze up when they are forced to prepare or even think about taxes. Some receive a notice from the IRS and put it aside: They're too scared to open it! Yet taxes for the most part follow common sense rules. You just need to know what they are and how they affect your decisions. In this book, readers will learn about the different business entities, the different taxes you must deal with (primarily income taxes), documentation procedures, how to work with a tax professional, how to handle an audit, and, in general, how to use the U.S. Tax Code to your advantage. Among other things, readers learn to take full advantage of tax benefits and avoid potholes hidden in things like:

  • Startup and ongoing expenses
  • Cost of goods sold
  • Depreciation
  • Payroll 
  • Retirement plans
In short, Tax Strategies for the Small Business Owner will not only help you relax when you deal with your taxes—it'll show you how to use tax law to your financial benefit.
  1. The Business Entity 
  2. An Overview of Taxation
  3. Before Your Business Opens
  4. The Basics of Expenses
  5. Cost of Goods Sold
  6. The Office
  7. The Car
  8. Travel Meals and Entertainment
  9. Fixed Assets and Depreciation
  10. Other Deductions
  11. Employees and Wages
  12. Payroll
  13. Taxes
  14. Medical Expenses
  15. Retirement Plans 
  16. Other Taxes
  17. “Dear Valued Taxpayer”: When You Hear from the IRS
  18. Other Topics
Russell Fox is an Enrolled Agent, a federally licensed tax professional. He s the founder and a principal at Clayton Financial and Tax and has been in the business since 1999. His tax practice (both preparation and representation) serves nearly 1,000 clients with emphases in small business and gambling. His tax blog,, has been named one of the ten best accounting and tax blogs. Previously, he was in financial and operations management for 15 years working in various industries, including agriculture, telecommunications, and high-technology. He s also the co-author of three books on poker. He resides in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Helps small business owners maximize their deductions, increasing their profits.
  • Teaches small business owners what they need to know when dealing with taxes.
  • Tax tips and illustrative stories sprinkled throughout the book.
  • Helps business owners relax when dealing with taxes.
  • The book helps both those who prepare their own taxes and those who use a tax professional.
  • Russell Fox has over 1000 tax clients and had great credibility.
  • Fox has a well-read tax blog (Taxable Talk) that's been ranked in the top ten for tax advice.
  • Fox teaches and speaks regularly in front of groups.

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