Don't Let the IRS Destroy Your Small Business : Seventy-Six Mistakes to Avoid (Paperback) - Savage, Michael

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In this lively book, veteran tax attorney Michael Savage provides essential tax advice to small business owners who often get into deep financial trouble--not because they're any less honest, but because they don't know where the potential tax land mines line.

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Publisher Perseus Books Group
Mfg Part# 9780201311457
SKU 30027313
Format Paperback
ISBN10 0201311453
Release Date 4/10/2007
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Dimensions (in Inches) 8.75H x 5.5L x 0.75T
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Michael Savage
Conservative talk show host and author, Michael Savage is a highly popular, and highly controversial, figure in the tradition of radio firebrands such as Bob Grant and Rush Limbaugh. His show, SAVAGE NATION, is heard by millions of listeners nationwide, and was the title of one of his several bestselling books. Savage's fans enjoys his acid tongue, his perceptive and entertaining mocking of liberal canards, and his advocacy of strong measures on immigration and homeland security. His critics say he goes way over the top and trades in hate speech. In 2003, Savage was fired from MSNBC after making anti-gay comments. ||Savage's critics like to make much of his biography. Born Michael Alan Weiner, he received a doctorate, and published many books on alternative health. Early in his career, Weiner was a liberal, and knew several of the Beats as well as Timothy Leary. But he changed his politics in the 1980s, burning his bridges behind him and throwing gasoline on the fire. On his radio show, Michael Savage excoriates liberals (and the liberal media), yet his outspokenness has even gotten him in trouble with fellow conservatives, notably Bernard Goldberg, who included Savage as one of the few conservatives in his book 100 PEOPLE WHO ARE SCREWING UP AMERICA.
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Editors Note In this lively book, veteran tax attorney Michael Savage provides essential tax advice to small business owners who often get into deep financial trouble--not because they're any less honest, but because they don't know where the potential tax land mines line.
Editors Note 1 In this lively book, veteran tax attorney Michael Savage provides essential tax advice to small business owners, many of whom pay exorbitant tax fees for mistakes that may have easily been avoided. Without staff attorneys at their disposal, small businesses can get into big financial trouble, not out of dishonesty, but because they don’t know where the potential tax landmines lie.Concise, practical and irreplaceably instructive, Don’t Let the IRS Destroy Your Small Business covers seventy-six areas of tax law that cause business owners the most trouble, regardless of what business they are in: payroll tax liability, excessive salaries, travel and entertainment expenses, fringe benefits, pension plans, owning multiple companies, and many more.
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Book Format Paperback
Number of Pages 0174
Publisher Basic Books (AZ)

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