Reading List: Tax Books You Can Deduct


As Benjamin Franklin (and others) said, “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.”

Add to that list of certainties: annual books about taxes. There is a great market for tax books, as each year there seems to be more and more of them. With tax laws constantly changing, updating reference books are a must. Here are just a few of the current batch of tax-time tomes. Oh, and another thing: According to the authors of these books, you can deduct their costs as a business expense.

Deduct It! Lower Your Small Business Taxes
By Stephen Fishman (NOLO, 2011)
“Deduct It! shows you how to quickly maximize the business deductions you’re legally entitled to.”

J.K. Lasser’s Small Business Taxes 2013: Your Complete Guide to a Better Bottom Line
By Barbara Weltman (J.K. Lasser, 2012)
“Covers some of the most important topics associated with your taxes, from what must you report as income and strategies that will save you on taxes to how much tax do you actually owe and what deductions can you claim.”

Small Business Taxes Made Easy, Second Edition
By Eva Rosenberg (McGraw-Hill, 2010)
“A focus on real-world must-do’s and helpful examples.”

Tax Savvy for Small Business
By Frederick Daily (NOLO, 2011)
“Develop the best tax plan for your small business, learn the ins and outs of the tax code, and create comprehensive strategies to get back the most from the IRS.”

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