Are You a Small Business Tax Deduction Pro? Apply These 5 Tips and You Will Be

ERIC MICHAELS | January 17, 2017

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Launching a business involves more than just executing your ideas. After all, your business can quickly become a well-oiled machine that involves employees, expenses, vendors, and-last but not least-accountants. Among the things that terrify first-time business owners, tax concerns are probably near the top of the list. But paying your taxes does not have to be a scary or overwhelming process. Here are five tips that will help you become a tax deduction pro. When you are starting out and business is slow, it may feel like a hassle to separate your company transactions from your personal ones.

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