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Independent Contractor, Sole Proprietor, and LLC Taxes Explained in 100 Pages or Less Paperback – July 28, 2014
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Not so. For us it helped to understand how all the parts fit together to create the bigger picture. For example, how self-employment taxes, exemption and deductions work. A nice how to on calculating self-employment tax.
Sort and concise and a great reference book. I especially liked the fact that he put information in the book w/ regard to the self-employed/individual 401 K and that you can get such a vehicle with a ROTH component. This is VERY important information becuase I think there are MANY 1099 or self employeed folks out there that do not even know such an investment option even exists.
Happy trails, cowboy Mike
By no means is this book going to make you an expert accountant.
It has one job: give the average layperson a simple overview of tax basics.
And it does that job well.
The brevity works to its advantage:
taxes are not exactly the sexiest subject in the world, so by keeping it short and sweet, it's able to hold your attention without boring you. I finished it in two sittings.
I'd definitely recommend this to a layperson interested in learning more about taxes.
And for that price, it can't be beat.
If you can't save the cost of this book you shouldn't even think of going into business on your own.