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Important ChangeS to Schedule C for Tax Year 2012!
Schedule C TaxKits for
HOW DOES THE PROFESSIONAL ARTIST DEDUCT ART EXPENSES FROM HIS
INCOME TAXES? IF THE ARTIST OWNS A BUSINESS AS A SOLE PROPRIETOR, HE
MUST FILE A FORM KNOWN AS "SCHEDULE C" ALONG WITH HIS PERSONAL
FEDERAL INCOME TAX RETURN, FORM 1040.
THIS 2013 VERSION OF THE "C-KIT" INCLUDES
SIMPLE LINE-BY-LINE INSTRUCTIONS AND EXAMPLES FOR ARTISTS TO
COMPLETE IRS SCHEDULE C AND SCHEDULE SE
PLUS INFORMATION ON IRS FORM 8829, BUSINESS USE OF HOME.
ESSAY AND REFERENCE SECTIONS ILLUSTRATE THE MANY BENEFITS OF
SELF-EMPLOYMENT, HOW TO LOWER INCOME TAXES, AND HOW TO AVOID
UNWANTED TAX PROBLEMS.
FOR TAX YEAR 2012
Includes First Class
and Applicable Sales Tax
- The Artist's Tax Advantage
- Pigs Get Fat; Hogs Get
- Accrual Method - or A Cruel
- Capitalization, Depreciation,
- Figuring the Cost of Goods Sold
- The Hobby Loss Rule and the
- Another Name for Self-Employment
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