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Publisher's Summary

Learn what it takes to lower your taxes for a better life in only 60 minutes of conversation and instruction by the founder of IRS Strategies. Bob Adams demonstrates why self-employed small-business people can benefit from home-based businesses. He gives exacting details about this from his many decades of experience having a home-based business himself, as well as lecturing widely about them to others. This is a logical companion piece is the publisher's Managing Your Home Office.These are the subjects covered:

  • History of American Taxes
  • Why a Home Based Business
  • Hobby versus Business
  • Automobile Gold Mine
  • Business Use of the Home
  • Hire the Kids
  • How to Write Off all your Medical Expenses
  • Travel Expenses
  • Accounting for your Business
  • Business Entity Selection
  • How to Audit Proof your Taxes
  • Finding the Perfect Accountant
  • Nothing is Written in Stone
  • Amending your Previous Returns
  • God and the IRS

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  • Dallas, TX, United States
  • 02-02-16

The first half is great! The second is not...

Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

I would recommend the first half or so because it has some good information and is worth the time to listen. I would also recommend they not waste their time with the last half hour or so.

What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

The interesting points were the ones I can apply to my own business to be more profitable.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

The narrator was adequate. Not great, but not a distraction. The content was the focal point.

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No. Why? Because it's about taxes and movies are for entertainment. Nothing about taxes is entertaining.

Any additional comments?

I think the author ruined the book toward the end when he fell off into some new aged feel good dribble about belief and imagined realities. I wanted a book with actionable information, and the last part of the book was complete psycho-babble. Not useful to the reality we live in. That being said, the content in the first half of the book makes it worth every penny.