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Make the Best of Your Small Business Tax Deductions

End-of-the-year accounting can be difficult enough without the added stress of doing taxes for your small business. By gaining a clear and concise understanding of how you can make doing completing taxes for your company a simpler task, you can easily take the headache out of tax time. Follow these easy suggestions to simplify the filing process for your small business and grasp a better comprehension of how strategize your company’s tax strategies.

Prepare Along the Way

Waiting until tax time rolls around to prepare the necessary documents and get your business’s accounting updated is a struggle waiting to happen. … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

The ‘Buffett Rule’ For Millionaires – Would It Work?

President Barack Obama and Warren Buffett in t...

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Warren Buffet is a known millionaire – one that has worked his way through life and followed the tax rules. He has many employees. Recently, attention has been called to the fact that his secretary pays less in taxes (or is put to a lower tax rate than he).

Those that see this as impossible simply have not looked at the various head’s of company’s in the past. Yes, they make more money, but yes, they are responsible for a lot more and have to determine how to pay all the bills for a company, hire … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

When High Tech Companies Are Good Stocks to Invest In

When there is a recession, the economy dwindles, there are thousands of job losses and real estate sales fall.  An investor trading stock during a recession will soon become distrustful of improvement, doubting what good stocks to invest in are and will begin to sell their stock shares.  During these times stocks in companies specializing in non-essential or technical items is a scary investment for many traders.

Shares in Technology

Instead of the high tech shares, they often switch to stocks in companies who endorse food products and/or health services.  Are these good stocks to invest in right now?  Many … Read more at 2011 Taxes.

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