A special letter from Phillip A. Ash, CPA
President and Publisher
Small Business Tax Strategies
Dear Fellow Business Owner:
A recent government study showed that the average small business overpaid its taxes by $11,638. That’s sad enough. But sadder still is the fact that the tax code is actually written to favor small businesses like yours.
So why do we overpay our taxes? Because most of us are too busy managing our companies to manage our taxes. You should take advantage of EVERY loophole the IRS has for you – on your business and personal expenses. And if you don’t, you might as well be just another working stiff.
Strategy: Give yourself a 10-minute tax cut — every month — with a subscription to Small Business Tax Strategies. Click here to begin enjoying more personal wealth this year.
Politicians always say that you can spend your money better than the government can. But that doesn’t mean they’re just going to hand you your fair share. That’s why we publish Small Business Tax Strategies.
You’re an expert at your business – not your taxes. Small Business Tax Strategies does the heavy lifting for you – giving you a monthly briefing on the simple steps you can take to ease your tax burden. In just 10 minutes a month, you’ll give YOURSELF a tax cut.
We’ve gone over every page of the tax code, so you don’t have to – and wait until you see what we’ve found!
- You can pull cash out of your company TODAY – and pay ZERO tax.
- There’s a way to land yourself a $3,000 windfall this December.
- A simple real estate move can save you 150% of its value in tax savings alone.
Keep your hard-earned profits in your own pocket! Start your subscription to Small Business Tax Strategies now and you'll receive complimentary copies of Surprise Tax Windfall and Anti-Audit Warfare with their proven strategies for leveraging personal and business taxes for maximum relief. Start my subscription now!
Small Business Tax Strategies is written with you in mind: the business owner who’s overtaxed and overworked. That’s why you’ll find at least one tax-slashing tip just for you in every issue. But Small Business Tax Strategies is more than just a “tip sheet.” We’ll also help you take a new, activist approach to your taxes.
Let’s face it: Most people sit around and wait for “tax reform” to drop money into their pockets. You do it … I do it … and the IRS knows we do – in fact, they count on it! Truth be told, the IRS might prefer that you didn’t know about most of the loopholes it’s left in the code. But we know where they are – and we’re not shy about telling you.
Armed with Small Business Tax Strategies, you’ll discover dozens of ideas (at least 30 in your first 10 minutes) that will allow you and your tax professional to take charge of your tax situation.
Now – for the first time ever – you’ll be the boss of your taxes the same way you’re the boss in the rest of your work. You’ll be able to act rather than react. In short, you’ll turn the tables on the IRS.
Take a few minutes to preview the sample issue here. See for yourself how reliable, actionable reporting and analysis helps you put more money in your accounts, and less in Uncle Sam’s.
Take this Quiz: Grab a pencil and try this: enter the amount of tax you paid last year on Line 1. Divide it by 5, and write the answer on Line 2. That’s 20% of your taxes. Next, enter “$97” on Line 3. Subtract Line 3 from Line 2, and write the figure on Line 4.
If Line 4 is more than zero – and I guarantee that it is – then Small Business Tax Strategies pays for itself.
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