Secrets the IRS Does Not Want You to KnowWritten by Collin Almeida
Secrets IRS Does Not Want You to Know
by Collin Almeida
For average Americans, taxes are single largest bill they will pay. Almost 40% of every working person's wages go to taxes: that's more than most people pay in utilities, rent, car loans, or education expenses. And while burden of most bills can be lessened by working harder and earning more money, tax liability only increases, so earning more money just equals paying more taxes.
Most Americans don't realize that Uncle Sam's piece of their hard-earned pie is so enormous. After all, amount is divided into a number of small deductions: federal taxes, state taxes, county taxes, Medicare, social security, and so on. Each individual chunk looks like a reasonable price to pay in order to keep country operating smoothly, but when added together sum is staggering. The majority of people resign themselves to a lifetime of working too hard for someone else, paying too much in taxes to government, and then struggling to maintain a comfortable life after retirement. But they've been brainwashed! The truth is every person can learn to work less and keep more of their earnings, not by cheating IRS or by hiring a staff of overpriced accountants, but simply by following American Dream and becoming an entrepreneur.
Business owners, especially those with a home office, have a tremendous advantage over average working taxpayer. While most people pay taxes on total amount they earn, business owners only pay taxes on amount left over after their expenses. Imagine being able to deduct work- related transportation and clothing expenses from a paycheck before taxes come out. Imagine being able to write- off rent, utilities, remodeling, and cleaning expenses every April.
It is possible. Business owners can legally deduct all of these expenses from their revenue before Uncle Sam comes to collect his fee, and so can average American simply by starting a home-based business. For home-based operations, IRS treats home and living expenses as tax-deductible business expenses. These eligible expenses could include following:
Furniture Landscaping Postage Meals Travel Newspapers & Magazines Phone Bills Computers Insurance Donations Cleaning Services And much, much more
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