Entrepreneurs are the new pioneers.
They are creative, intrepid and fast-moving. Most businesses in the United States are small businesses, and the self-employed entrepreneur is the new normal in our economy.
It is not surprising, then, that more and more business people are interested in ways to save tax dollars as they grow their business enterprises from small to great. Every dollar counts when you’re the boss, and every dollar saved on taxes is a dollar that you can invest in your business (or even pay yourself!).
Recently, I published a short e-book that is available on Amazon.com. It is entitled “The Entrepreneur’s Guide: Saving Taxes with the Home Office Deduction.” It explains how the new home-based entrepreneur can write-off the expenses that are allocable to a portion of his home (whether that’s a mansion or an apartment) as long as he or she follows some simple (but important) rules.
If you’re a self-employed business owner and are interested in learning more about the home office deduction, take a look at my new e-book.
Here’s a link to where you can find it on Amazon. com:
By the way, good luck to all of my fellow entrepreneurs. Let’s make 2015 a great year and one in which we are organized and focused on smart tax planning and tax savings.