Tax-Wise Business Ownership is a must read for all business owners, it takes the often confusing tax code and explains it in plain and simple terms, I highly recommend this book.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) December 28, 2007
Just in time for the holidays, noted author Toby Mathis, Esq. has released the 2nd edition of Tax-Wise Business Ownership; A book of essential and practical know-how for the independent contractor or business owner. Tax-Wise Business Ownership outlines and explains the various business structures, tax structures and tax deductions available to business owners.
Todd Allen a Partner in Campbell Allen LP a Certified Public Accounting and business consulting firm said "Tax-Wise Business Ownership is a must read for all business owners, it takes the often confusing tax code and explains it in plain and simple terms, I highly recommend this book."
Tax-wise author Toby Mathis, Esq. is a noted attorney, business owner and investor from Seattle, Washington. His practice focuses on helping businesses and their owners prosper. He is a well-known expert and lecturer in the field of business and business taxes. "Tax-Wise Business Ownership" is packed with real world insight into the tax-code, plain English descriptions of the code sections that effect your financial well being, and examples that focus your attention on techniques that will benefit you on a daily basis. The information contained in "Tax-Wise Business Ownership" will:
- Demystify the IRS and explain the Internal Revenue Code in plain English;
- Explain how simple changes in your business structure can pay huge dividends
- How to plan your business to minimize taxes and maximize profits
- The tax benefits of various forms of business structures and financing
- Record-keeping techniques that legally increase deductible expenses
- Institute and follow practical tax-saving practices from day one
- Know exactly what you can deduct -- and what you cannot
Tax-Wise Business Ownership is easy to read with plenty of examples of how the tax laws work and includes an alphabetical list of the various business deductions and how to take them. Readers will also learn about the various business structures that exist today and how those structures impact their bottom line. Check your local bookstore for availability or order online through Amazon or the publisher's website (http://www.andersonadvisors.com).
Toby Mathis is a partner in the Seattle law firm, Anderson Law Group, PLLC. In addition to his practice, he sits on the boards of several companies and invests extensively in real estate. He has written dozens of articles on small business taxation, management, and business compliance. He also published a monthly newsletter (Click here to receive his free e-mail newsletter). Both he and his firm are leaders in the areas of small business, asset protection, retirement and estate planning.