Self-employed Tax Solutions: Quick, Simple, Money-Saving, Audit-Proof Tax and Recordkeeping Basics for the Independent Professional
A how-to book of practical know-how for the some 25 million Americans who are self-employed -- about business deductions, easy recordkeeping, estimated taxes, pension plans -- everything an independent professional needs to know about the tax consequences of his or her business.
A great book for a new Sole Proprietor!
By Paul D. Gregg "pixphys" - January 9, 2005
This book is a fun and great read!
I met June Walker via Google. I had a tax question about reimbursements from a client and went searching online. I found a great article on June Walker's website explaining the solution to the exact tax sitiuation I was in! I also found out that she had a book coming out soon, and after reading the tax explanation for my problem on her website, I knew I had to have her book.
After I recieved it, I couldn't put it down. All the tax myths I had heard about being an individual in business were suddenly cleared up by June Walker using lots of easy to understand, real life examples.
June Walker obviously has lots of experience with a diverse group of clients and is able to sum up the tax problem they were having and the solution she provided for them quickly and clearly.
If you are an individual and are ready to start your own business but fear the IRS and tax burden, get this book. It will rid you of the... read more
Awesome for any Indie Business
By Honus Wagner "Bruteslayer" - April 1, 2005
This book has been a real help. I recently started my own online company (SP not INC thanks to June!) and I don't know where I would have gotten this information were it not for this book. It is an easy read (unheard of for a tax book!) and tells you all you need to know to file your business income taxes and save yourself a ton of money in the process. It's your money, not the government's, so save your receipts and save some of it for yourself!
A Few Issues but Holding a Few Gems Too
By Lisa Shea "be the change you wish to see in t... - December 23, 2006
I pretty much never comment about the font a book is done in, but let me start out my review by saying that this book had the oddest font choice I've seen. The letters were very thin, squarish, and actually hard to read against the white. It made me realize just how important something like font can be in a book.
So, on to the content. This book is written by a self-employed person, for self-employed people, to help them manage their records for taxes. She doesn't want you to DO your taxes - she wants you to hire someone, like her, to do them for you :). She just wants you to be informed about what is going on, and to perhaps help prod your tax person along if they're not very good.
In case you were thinking this book was a mere "nice to have", she says in her introduction that "Such complications [of not handling this properly] could prove fatal to your enterprise." I love it how books say "you must buy me or you will DIE A HORRIBLE DEATH!!!" A page later, she... read more
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