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The 2014 Small Business Year-end Tax Guide

The following blog post will cover:  Tax Changes for 2015 Year-end Small Business Mistakes to Avoid 2015 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits  Tax-Deductible Expenses for the Self-Employed It might be nice if the tax system remained the same from one year to the next. This would make it easier to understand what is expected of you, how your situation will be treated, and what you can do to reduce your tax liability…. Read more >>

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