How to Fire your Boss

Written by Chi Lau

Have you ever hadrepparttar feeling of why am I taking all this crap from my Boss? Well I Know I have, I use to Hate my Life working my Everyday 10 hour job but Now I'm my own Boss working from Home Whenever I want , However

Home-Based Business Owners Save Thousands on Their Income Tax!

Written by Karin Workman

Do You Qualify For Home-Based Tax Deductions?

New changes inrepparttar tax laws have made it easier than ever to claim Home Office Deductions and keep more of what you earn.

If your home is a place of business, many of your personal expenses can be deducted as business expenses resulting in lower taxes.

You may be thinking, "I have an Accountant/CPA/Tax Preparer/Tax Software who knows all about tax deductions so I don't have to know anything about them."

There are several reasons why that thinking could be costing you thousands of tax dollars. Some of those reasons are:

ˇMost Accountants/CPA's/Tax Preparers do not "specialize" in Home-Based Businesses and do not keep up withrepparttar 117099 ever-changing laws pertaining to them.

ˇYou are ultimately responsible for knowing what you can and cannot deduct as business expenses. Why? YOU are accountable torepparttar 117100 IRS for your deductions, notrepparttar 117101 tax preparer.

ˇˇIf you pay someone to do your taxes you still need to know what you can deduct so that you can gather all relevant paperwork.

ˇˇThe most compelling reason: Gettingrepparttar 117102 greatest benefit from your deductions.

To qualify for these deductions you must meet 2 conditions, which most, if not all, Internet Marketers meet.

Condition 1: Do you work as an Internet marketer out of your home (on your "home computer)?

To qualify for deducting expenses related to using a workspace for business in your home, your home must be

Your "principal place of business " or you must userepparttar 117103 space only to earn your business income.

ˇUse it on a regular and ongoing basis to meet your clients, customers, or patients.


Condition 2: Are you in business to make a profit?

Whether you made a profit or not is immaterial. Even if you lost money but intended to make a profit these deductions are still available to you.

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