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Small Business Taxes Made Easy 2nd Edition by Eva Rosenberg - TaxMama

You opened your business to get more control of your life. Start by getting more control of your taxes. Small Business Taxes Made Easy gives you the tools and techniques you need to trim thousands of dollars from your tax bill–today, tomorrow, and over the life of you business.

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Let Small Business Taxes Made Easy show you how to: 

  • Establish and follow no-nonsense tax-saving practices from day one
  • Know exactly what you can deduct–and what you cannot
  • Learn retirement tips for self-employed people that even the IRS found surprising–but legal

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Praise For Small Business Taxes Made Easy:

 

Failing to plan is planning to fail. Ignoring The TaxMama® = Epic Fail.

Brent Clanton, CPO, Clanton Communications, LLS and host of CBS Radio’s Talk650 Morning Show, Houston, TX

With a focus on real-world must-do’s and helpful examples, Rosenberg’s checklists work like a business-building scaffold and arm the reader to succeed.

Leigh Mutert, CPA, H&R Block

Eva Rosenberg, the Internet’s “TaxMama®,” has written a helpful overview of tax issues that every small business owner will encounter. “Small Business Taxes Made Easy” delivers no-nonsense advice on setting up a new company, establishing good record-keeping habits, and establishing a sound accounting system. Rosenberg’s provides excellent tips and advice to help you make sound business decisions and stay out of tax trouble.

William Perez , Tax Planning Guide ,About.com

“Eva Rosenberg knows her real estate. Her analysis of the home-office deduction ought to inspire owners of home-based businesses to take full advantage of the tax break and put their minds at ease about IRS scrutiny.”

Steve Kerch, personal finance and real estate editor,Wall Street Journal MarketWatch

Eva Rosenberg counsels new entrepreneurs that they’ll needa business plan if they want to succeed. Reading Small Business Taxes Made Easy should be the first step in that plan.”

Kay Bell, tax editor, Bankrate.com