Expert small business tax guidance from America's favorite expert
In the newly revised J.K. Lasser's Small Business Taxes 2024: Your Complete Guide to a Better Bottom Line, renowned small business attorney and tax expert Barbara Weltman delivers the latest and most up-to-date edition of America's most trusted small business tax guide. In the book, you'll explore exactly how to minimize your 2023 business tax bill and position your business for 2024 tax savings with straightforward and comprehensive guidance that walks you through which deductions and credits to look out for and how to claim them.
You'll discover what kinds of tax relief and green energy tax breaks are legally available to your small business and how to access them, complete with specific instructions on how to properly fill out IRS tax forms, what records to keep in case the IRS has questions, and applicable dollar limits. You'll also find:
- Tax facts, strategies, checklists, and the latest information you need to ensure you pay what you legally owe - and not a penny more
- Sample IRS forms that demonstrate how to properly claim the deductions and credits that apply to your small business
- New tax laws and the latest court decisions and IRS rulings that impact your bottom-line
- A complimentary new e-supplement containing the latest developments from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Congress
A must-read roadmap to properly completing this year's business taxes, J.K. Lasser's Small Business Taxes 2024 is your comprehensive and up-to-date guide to legally minimizing your tax bill while making sure Uncle Sam gets what he's owed.
About the Author
BARBARA WELTMAN is an attorney and a nationally recognized expert in taxation for small businesses, as well as the author of many top-selling books on taxes and finance, including J.K. Lasser's 1001 Deductions & Tax Breaks. She is also the publisher of Idea of the Day(R) and Big Ideas for Small Business(R), an award-winning blogger and quoted regularly in major publications (including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and Consumer Reports). Visit her at www.BigIdeasForSmallBusiness.com.