January 25, 2019
Do you have a nagging impression that you may have missed a large deduction that could save you a bunch of taxes?
Or, do you feel like there might be a bunch of little things you might have missed that could add up to a sizeable tax deduction?
Our latest newsletter article highlights TWO DOZEN business deductions that you can make sure you did not miss counting for in 2018, or you can plan on using in 2019.
Take a couple of minutes to education yourself on these items … it might save you some tax dollars!
Here is your link: Deductions Your Small Business Should Not Miss
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