Tax Power for the Self-Employed: Straightforward Advice from an Expert

Tax Power for the Self-Employed: Straightforward Advice from an Expert

by James Janice Parker
     
 
Tax Power for the Self-Employed gives you the indispensable tools to take the money you make from your business, side job or favorite hobby and meet the demands of the IRS. Learn exactly what you need to do to qualify for more deductions, to maximize more credits and to start saving money-today!

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Overview

Tax Power for the Self-Employed gives you the indispensable tools to take the money you make from your business, side job or favorite hobby and meet the demands of the IRS. Learn exactly what you need to do to qualify for more deductions, to maximize more credits and to start saving money-today!

Checklists for All Your Questions
Everything you need is provided in useful checklists for immediate access.

Red Flag Alerts
Avoid audits, keep on top of current tax laws and stay out of trouble.

Professional Advice
Let a tax law expert with over twenty-five years of experience be your personal advisor.

Money Savers
Make smart decisions to maximize your deductions, credits and exemptions that will save you money.

Filing Tips
See exactly what you need to fulfill your duties to the IRS.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781572484573
Publisher:
Sourcebooks
Publication date:
11/01/2004
Pages:
261
Product dimensions:
7.02(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.66(d)

Meet the Author

James O. Parker has repeatedly encountered clients who were somewhat bewildered by our country's tax laws, having been a practicing attorney for over twenty-five years. Calling upon his twenty-nine years as an educator at Christian Brothers University in Memphis Tennessee and being a small business owner himself for over forty years, he set out to take some of the mystery out of the tax code. His first book, Tax Smarts for Small Business, was written with the over seven million owners of small businesses in the U.S. who operate through formal business entities in mind. His latest effort, Tax Power for the Self-Employed, was written to offer tax guidance to self-employed individuals, a group that now exceeds fifteen million in the U.S.
A former U.S. Marine and community advocate, he possesses both a Masters of Arts in Economics and J.D. from the University of Memphis, as well as an LL.M. from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia.
A frequent speaker on tax topics, business succession planning, and small business development, he continues to advise others on the importance of tax planning.
Mr. Parker lives with his wife, Linda, in Germantown, Tennessee.

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