Friday, November 21, 2008
Self-employed Tax Solutions 1st Edition
Some of you have asked about the second edition of my book, Self-employed Tax Solutions, it is now available on Amazon.
The economic morass that we are all in has indies looking to increase income, cut expenses and lower the tax bite. I’d like to help and here’s the scoop on how.
As those of you who have read Self-employed Tax Solutions already know, my book provides a basic education in being self-employed. It explains things like the difference between hobby and business; when travel is deductible as a business expense; how to determine if you can deduct the costs of a home office; and how to calculate estimated tax payments. It arms you with clear, useful, easy-to-understand tax and recordkeeping basics. And it shows you how to pay the least amount of taxes legally possible. The entire Table of Contents can be seen here.
Self-employed Tax Solutions is a book of basics and none of the basics has changed since the original publication in 2005. So let me assure you that the second edition of Self-employed Tax Solutions has everything contained in the earlier 2005 edition. Nothing has been left out. Nothing has been added. Year references in examples, of course, have been updated as has the method for deducting start-up costs. Those of you with the original edition don’t need to spend your money on the new edition. Of course, you may want to alert an indie colleague who doesn't have a copy of my book that both the 1st edition --- on sale at a discount on my site -- and the 2nd edition are available.