Tax Deductions for Businesses &
Self-Employed Individuals

Secrets to Maximizing Schedule C Income Tax Deductions

If you’re tired of giving so much of your home-business profits to the IRS in the form of self-employment taxes, you’ll benefit from Barbara Brabec’s eBook, Secrets to Maximizing Schedule C Deductions. Specifically written to help Schedule C filers legally shelter thousands of dollars of business income from taxes, this guide features money-saving concepts Barbara has used throughout the life of her business.


If you need DETAILED INFORMATION on how to legally shelter thousands of dollars of business income from federal, state and self-employment income taxes this year and EVERY year in the future . . .

here's the book on tax deductions that explains things your accountant may never tell you—or worse, may not even know.

" . . .a treasure-trove of savvy tips and unusual strategies to save self-employed folks tons of unnecessary taxes."
- Marilyn Ross, The Complete Guide to Self-Publishing

". . . gives you the answers in language you can understand. I doubt if most accountants will clue you in to all the deductions mentioned in Barbara's book."
~ James Dillehay

". . . full of tips and ideas . . .fast and easy reading. Even though we subscribe to tax newsletters, and make regular use of J. K. Lasser's Your Income Tax, I was still surprised by some of the opportunities documented in Barbara's latest project."
~ Betty Chypre,

"Thank goodness I found this eBook! I found more than a dozen tax deductions strategies I wasn't using, and expect Barbara's suggestions to make a profound difference in my self-employment taxes each year. Do NOT start (or continue!) a homebased business until you read this book."
- Diana Ratliff,

"Whether new to the world of home-based income, or in the game for a long time, you will benefit from this book as you plan for a successful business."
- Steve Maurer,

"In talking with home-business owners nationwide," says Barbara, "I've learned that most have no idea at all of the many tax advantages of a homebased business. They think they are doing everything right when they hire a tax preparer, accountant or CPA to do their taxes, but if they haven't kept track of all their expenses in the first place, they will end up paying higher taxes than necessary. I've worked with several different CPAs through the years, and none of them ever suggested that I might be overlooking a deduction. Always so busy at tax time, they just took the figures I gave them and dropped them in the appropriate slots on the tax forms, often making mistakes in the process.

"Even when you believe you have a qualified tax preparer or accountant, you may have problems simply because tax regulations are so complicated, so confusing, and often so vague that they can be interpreted in different ways.

While an aggressive accountant may interpret a particular tax rule in such a way that it becomes a valuable tax deduction for you, a more conservative accountant might say, 'I wouldn't take this deduction if I were you because . . .' (which could cost you the loss of a legal tax deduction if you're less than savvy about taxes).

Barbara warns that it's simply not prudent to put all your faith and trust in your tax adviser. "You must do your homework if you want to claim every legal Schedule C tax deduction to which you are entitled," she emphasizes.

"If you're serious about saving money, and aren't an expert on taxes, you need to inform yourself on this topic. Always waiting until the last minute in April to think about your tax situation is a BIG mistake because there are things you could be doing before throughout the year, and especially at the end of each year, to lower the amount of self-employment taxes you’ll have to pay on April 15. I know the topic of taxes is considered boring to most business owners, but saving money isn’t a boring topic, and this book isn’t boring, either," Barbara concludes.
As one reviewer puts it, Barbara's eBook is “. . .humorous, entertaining and chock full of tax tips and information to help you improve your bottom line."

Secrets to Maximizing Schedule C Deductions is a 66-page PDF eBook ($19.95) for U.S. taxpayers who file a Schedule C form. Add this information-packed eBook (tax deductible, of course) to your eBook library today to be alerted to tax deductions you haven’t been taking in the past, learn how to avoid costly IRS tax pitfalls, and perhaps save hundreds or thousands of dollars in taxes not only this year, but every year in the future.

Need Tax Deductions Tricks: Discover how to deduct 100 percent of your family's out-of-pocket medical expenses and insurance on your Schedule C form–without incorporating, without buying a new insurance policy, and with a minimum of paperwork;

Another self-employment tax deductions tip. A little-known Social Security problem affecting married women who file taxes jointly with their husbands but use a different name;

Another self-employment tax tip. Why you should think twice before making your spouse a partner in your business instead of an employee (another financial pitfall you can avoid);

Another self-employment tax deductions tip. The tax complications when you depreciate your house (and why/when you'll be penalized if you take the home office deduction but do NOT take a deduction for depreciation);

Another self-employment tax tip. How to figure the business usage of your home;

Another self-employment tax deductions tip. How to maintain a separate business checking account when there is very little cash to put in the bank;

Another self-employment tax tip. Why you should not fear an IRS audit simply because you take the Home Office Deduction;

Another self-employment tax tip. Why you must be very careful about who you hire to do your taxes every year–and why you shouldn't try to do your own return because you may miss important tax deductions. read more on tax deductions