Small business owners have a lot on their plate. As the owner of a small company, you have to wear a lot of hats. And one of the things that can take up a lot of energy is bookkeeping and accounting. The challenge is that whether you like it or not, the IRS will expect [...]
Whether you’ve decided to open your own business or your boss has offered you the opportunity to work from home as an independent contractor, there are many tax advantages of which you may not be aware – valid business expenses that you can use to reduce your taxable income.
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