Z Art of Taxes

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
This book provides super-practical advice to all self-employed taxpayers, based upon my 30 years of hands-on tax preparation work, common sense, logic, and streetwise attitude. Being a musician since age 13 shapes the perspective as well. As Jimi said “are you experienced?” Welcome to the world of calm, cool, and confident! That is, after you digest the information contained within this book. More

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Review by: Katie Guthorn on March 08, 2013 :
In "Z Art of Taxes", Andrew Stern provides the self-employed with a practical, down-to-earth guide to keeping our income tax worlds in order. He explains seemingly complicated topics, like whom you need to send 1099 Forms to (in Chapter 7), and what constitutes Business Expenses (in Chapter 4, defined briefly as "ordinary and necessary", and then further explained.) I read this delightful book in a few hours, and think it really helped me clarify the information I was putting together for my accountant, and know that it will guide me to keep better track of such information in the future. The book is very nicely written, with touches of wry humor adding to the charm.
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Review by: Patricia McShane on March 05, 2013 :
This is an excellent reference book for self-employed individuals to have on hand. It is well organized into chapters that include advice on all types of tax issues, ranging from common questions to the more complicated and intricate details that can help an individual or small business be better prepared at tax time.
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