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The fastest way for your business to make more money is to pay less of it to the IRS.
But every tax filing season, the majority of small businesses throw away more money than necessary simply because they aren't aware of all the valuable deductions and benefits they can claim.
Of course, the IRS will never complain if you don't take all the deductions to which you are entitled. And they certainly don't make a point of advertising how you can keep more of your hard-earned money in your pocket. So what's a small business owner or operator to do?
The first step is to attend Kiplinger's latest 90-minute interactive audio conference on November 30, 2010, to get the authoritative advice and practical guidance you need to beat the IRS at their own game -- and stop overpaying on your business taxes. You'll discover how to:
- Root out and claim every single tax benefit you've got coming to you -- quickly, simply and legally,
- Avoid common mistakes and cash in on deductions frequently overlooked by small businesses,
- Plan ahead and keep proper records all year long for expenses you intend to deduct on April 15,
- And more.
Best of all, tax expert, author and attorney Stephen Fishman will guide you every step of the way -- in plain, easy-to-understand English -- through the ins and outs of slashing taxes to the bone in every area of your business, including:
- Start-up and operating expenses,
- Health care and retirement plan deductions,
- Vehicles and travel,
- Meals and entertainment,
- Inventory and equipment,
- And much more.
BONUS: All registrants will receive a copy of the book Deduct It! Lower Your Small Business Taxes, written by Stephen Fishman, our expert presenter. This 514 - page book -- a $34.99 value -- is yours at NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE.
You get expert advice: Stephen Fishman is an attorney and author of numerous tax-related books, including Tax Deductions for Professionals, Every Landlord's Tax Deduction Guide and Home Business Tax Deductions: Keep What You Earn, plus many more legal and business titles. He received his law degree from the University of Southern California in 1979. After honing his expertise in government and private practice, he became a full-time legal writer in 1983.
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