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Tax Reference Materials
Subject: TAX MATTERS
I AM LOOKING FOR DIRECTIONS ON 2 SUBJECTS .
1. THE SAME FOLKS OPERATING MULTIPLE "C" CORPORATIONS WITH OUT FOLDING INTO ONE CORPORATION BRINGING ON HIGHER TAX RATES, BECAUSE ALL CORPORATIONS ARE GENERATING TAXABLE INCOME.
2. WORK AROUNDS FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE CORPORATIONS.
I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THE ABOVE SUBJECTS OR POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION FOR ASSISTANCE.
I AM A TAX PREPARER LOCATED IN THE MIDWEST AND FOUND YOUR WEB SITE
TO BE JUST WHAT THE SMALL BUSINESSMAN NEEDS.
I still highly recommend the reference materials from QuickFinders, TMI and TaxCoach, as I mentioned in this recent blog post.
I hope these help.
As I've mentioned on several occasions, I have been buying the All States and Deluxe editions of The TaxBook every year since they have been produced. I have also been purchasing the CD-ROM version and have found it useful for copying and pasting info I find in the printed book.
What has been very impressive this year is the new ability of the CD data to be updated via the internet, which I guess is why they call it a WebCD. So far, there have been four such updates, which integrate with the previously installed data beautifully.
I was just perusing the latest update and notice that they have included a worksheet for those who want to figure out how much of an advanced rebate they can expect to be sent to them. I uploaded a copy of it to my website to share with readers. Since the 2007 Lacerte cover letter already includes the estimated rebate amount, I won't need to use this worksheet; but others may find it useful.
Articles for small business owners
From a Reader:
We just posted an article "50 Tools and Resources for Freelancers During Tax Season"
I thought I'd bring it to your attention just in case you think your readers would find it interesting.
Either way, thanks for your time!
Amy S Quinn
That's a very impressive listing of useful articles.
I'll be sure to post a link to it on my blog.