Be Your Own Boss

 

Be Your Own Boss


DISCLAIMER:
Though all efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information enclosed, we cannot legally give tax advice and therefore advise you to consult with your Tax attorney, CPA, or tax preparer for tax advice.

Did you know that in the US, Canada and many other countries Governments offer valuable tax incentives to new and existing business owners because it helps stimulate the economy by creating more jobs? You can start your own business and hire yourself and your family members as employees!

This is literally a legal loophole that anyone can benefit from. Secure your financial future and register your business, be your own boss by becoming your own employee and pay yourself a small salary while living like a king off your own company’s expense account!!!

In addition to the valuable personal tax benefits you will enjoy by becoming a business owner and your own employee there are exciting perks!

Here are some examples of some common tax deductions.

  • Automobile Expenses
  • Insurance
  • Office Expenses
  • Mortgage Interest & Property Taxes
  • Business Travel Expenses
    (If you share your business opportunity with others while on vacation it becomes a business trip!)
  • Other Business-Use-of-Home Expenses

Some of the most common of these are:

  • Heat
  • Lights
  • Water
  • Maintenance
  • Cleaning materials
  • Telephone
  • Internet connection

BE YOUR OWN BOSS and you can literally save $1000’s and LIVE LIKE A KING!

United States of America

Small Business/Self-Employed Virtual Small Business Tax Workshop

Business Use of Your Home IRS Publication 587

15 Free IRS Publications for Business

Canada

Government of Canada – Starting a Business

Canada Business Start-Up Checklist

Videos and recorded webinars for businesses

Government of Canada On-line Tools & Calculators

Contact Canada Revenue Agency

6 Home Based Business Tax Deductions You Don’t Want to Miss

BIZ START-UP HELP


International
 

Simply visit Google and perform a search including your ‘Country’ + ‘Business Tax Law’ or your “Country’ + ‘How to register a business’ etc. to reference your local Federal and State Business Taxation information.