Guest post by Todd S. Unger, Esq., LLC
No one launches a business intending to overlook tax deductions. According to a recent survey by the National Small Business Association, paperwork and confusing rules contribute to the administrative burdens that 59 percent of small business owners say are the worst part of dealing with federal taxes. In addition, tax laws are continuously changing.
Become educated about the most overlooked and uncommon tax deductions for small business owners using the following guide.
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