Lower Your Taxes - Big Time! 2009-2010 Edition [NOOK Book]

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"Almost every American can get a raise of $3,000-$15,000 or more annually courtesy of the United States Government."

-David D'Arcangelo, author of Wealth Starts at Home



"Will put thousands of dollars ...

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Overview

"Almost every American can get a raise of $3,000-$15,000 or more annually courtesy of the United States Government."

-David D'Arcangelo, author of Wealth Starts at Home



"Will put thousands of dollars in your pocket every year and teach you, in clear simple steps, how to audit proof your records from the IRS forever."

-Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator, #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul®



The classic tax-relief guide--updated to help you save more than ever!



The amount Americans pay in taxes exceeds all other expenses combined. And with the economic downturn taking its toll on small businesses around the country, taxes are a greater financial burden than ever before. Lower Your Taxes-Big Time, 2009-2010 shows consultants, business owners, and contractors how to slash their tax bills by thousands.



Written by Sandy Botkin, CPA and former attorney for the IRS, this informative and engaging book explains how to



  • Get a yearly subsidy of $5,000 or more back from the IRS

  • Properly document your business deductions

  • Avoid any future audits by the IRS

  • Deduct the equivalent of your child's education, braces, or wedding

  • Take advantage of tax-free fringe benefits available to small businesses

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What People Are Saying

David D'Arcangelo
"Almost every American can get a raise of $3,000-$15,000 or more annually courtesy of the United States Government."--(David D'Arcangelo, author of Wealth Starts at Home)
Mark Victor Hansen
"Will put thousands of dollars in your pocket every year and teach you, in clear simple steps, how to audit proof your records from the IRS forever."--(Mark Victor Hansen, co-creator, #1 New York Times best-selling series Chicken Soup for the Soul®)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071702607
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
  • Publication date: 6/26/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 304
  • File size: 5 MB

Meet the Author

Sandy Botkin, CPA, Esq., a former IRS attorney

and CPA, is president of the Tax Reduction Institute. Through seminars, he has taught thousands how to save millions on their taxes.
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Rich or Poor Your Choice

Part 1. Wealth-Building Tax Secrets for Small and Home-Based Business Owners

1. Why You Would Be Brain Dead Not to Start a Home-Based Business(If You Don’t Already Have One)
2. How to Deduct Your Fun
3. How to Turn Your Vacation into a Tax-Deductible Write-Off
4. Income Shifting and Income Splitting: One of the Greatest Single Wealth-Building Secrets
5. How to Turn Your Car into a Tax-Deductible Goldmine6. Home Office: The Misunderstood Key to Saving $15,000 Every Five Years
7. Beating the Dreaded IRS Audit
8. How to Shield Yourself from the IRS Weapon of Classifying a Business as a Hobby

Part 2. How to Incorporate to Shelter Your Wealth

9. Finding the Best Corporate Entity for Your Business
10. Forming a Nevada Corporation or a Limited-Liability Corporation in Nevada
11. How to Eliminate up to 40 percent of Your Social Security and Medicare Tax with an S Corporation
12. How to Get Assets and Money into a Corporation Tax-Free

Part 3. Every Fringe Benefit Available to Small and Home-Based Businesses

13. Fringe Benefits You Will Love, Part 1
14. Fringe Benefits You Will Love, Part 2

Part 4. Miscellaneous Tax Strategies

15. The Four Most Overlooked Real Estate Tax Deductions in America
16. Making Colleges Less Expensive With Tax Planning
17. The Top 10 Tax Questions

Appendix A: 2007 Tax Rates
Appendix B: How to Find A Good Accountant
Index

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    This book really didn't tell me anything I didn't already know.....it goes on and on about tax write-offs for business owners.

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