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BUSINESS TAX GUIDE 2014 (TAX BIBLE SERIES) Kindle Edition

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  • File Size: 568 KB
  • Print Length: 172 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: irspubs.com (January 17, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 17, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B009XMNBTS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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WILLIAM STEWART has a bachelor's and master's degree in Business Administration, and has dedicated most of his career as a public accountant working on taxation and government forms. Aside from public service, he also engaged in private practice where he focused on business start-ups. His major business venture is an airline company which he built and managed as CEO, and which went on to become the largest airline in Arizona, flying over ten thousand tourists over the Grand Canyon each month. Aside from this, he also managed a farm, and converted a hospital into an assisted care facility. In the span of his career, he has prepared thousands of tax returns.. He continues to manage taxation-related projects from his home office in Scottsdale, Arizona. Bill is currently Associate Managing Director of a tax publication consulting firm where he serves as editor and research analyst.


JOHN SCHAPER graduated with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and a Master of Science degree. He also did postgraduate work in Labor Relations and Public Administration, and is a graduate of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Glynco, Georgia. Before entering government service, he served as Chief of Police and a full time associate professor of criminal justice afterwards. He began his government career in the Safeguards Branch, Inspection and Enforcement Department of the US Nuclear Energy Commission, and is now retired from the Internal Revenue Service. Aside from his extensive involvement in criminal law enforcement, he has also investigated personal and business tax cases. He has testified in many criminal cases, before grand juries and at the Federal Court.
John is presently Associate Managing Director of a tax publication consulting firm where he serves as Analyst and Editor.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sasa Pocek on November 23, 2012
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This is the one I was waiting for. I read a lot of this guys work, but this one is the prize. Compared to some of his other books, this one is the blue ribbon. This has it all. It's over a hundred pages and it covers not only the basics of being in business and the tax reporting requirements, it also covers most of the expenses, income and how to set up a business. I can not imagine anyone going into business or being in business without having a copy of this book. I am afraid of coming off as too strong on this book as I have read some of the authors others books and found them useful. I find this one mandatory and if there was such as thing as the bible in this guys tax bible series, this would be the one. I do my own taxes and I can't even imagine an accountant that would call himself an accountant that didn't have a copy of this book on his kindle. It's not only a tax guide, it's one of the best reference books I have ever seen on research into the actual nuts and bolts of running a business and the tax consequences of that action. Think about it. If you are like me, you will have constant questions popping up on things that are deductible, things that are depreciable, how many years should I write this one off and what do I do if I get audited? At least, I have a book to turn too. Don't sell this one short. It is a must have if you wish to get the maximum tax breaks out of your business. I bet the IRS hates this book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Gina Lorena on November 22, 2012
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Who knows me wknows my dislike of financial and business issues, but when your a freelancer and small enterpreneur you can't escape your fate, and taxes become a dragon you ought to fight with your sharpest sword while protecting yourself with your sturdest shield (I like figuring myself as a female warrior when talking about things I don't like). "Business Tax Guide 2013" comes like a saviour, for people like me, and I'm really glad I found it when browsing for other titles by the same author, which I knew from his work on tax management for bloggers. I don't own a business as such, but in the perspective of growing my professional services to a real agency this is a precious investment and I'm already enjoying it (would you believe I could say such a thing about this topics? I can't believe it myself!) and finding really useful already.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bonaventura Di Bello on November 22, 2012
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One of my jobs has to do with my family's business small company, and being the most used to computers and the Internet I'm usually the one who's in charge of the most boring tasks regarding accounting and taxes. But I'm also self-employed as a blogger and photographer, and often I find myself in despair when filing and paying business taxes. When Schaper's book appeared in the Amazon listings, I downloaded it instantly (the price was a plus, being very affordable) and spent a few days reading it on my iPhone Kindle app during the spare moments I had while travelling and waiting in cues. You may think a business tax guide isn't the perfect book to be read during waits, but I can assure you the author has used the clearest language possibile to make this subject understandable by anyone (blame the government for any difficult issue, it's the beaurocracy side that ruins the pleasure of this reading sometimes). After this quick preliminary reading I've seeked advice from this book many times, and it helped me manage all the issues related to expenses and their deductions, but also be of real help to my family business. I can't stop recommending it to friends, colleagues and relatives.
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