It’s April 15th and here in the States it’s Tax day. So for all you procratinators who waited until the last minute, this week I’m featuring books to help you with your taxes. And becuase you’ll need them right away, I’ve specifically chosen eBooks since they can be downloaded (and referenced) instantly!
Taxes 2009 For Dummies
Eric Tyson, Margaret A. Munro, David J. Silverman
The one-stop tax guide for the first-time or last-minute filer Updated and revised for the 2008 tax year, Taxes 2009 For Dummies is the only tax guide on the market that walks readers through the major tax forms line by line, including the 1040 Schedules A through E. Filled with helpful tips and strategies for filing income tax returns accurately and on time, this book is aimed at individuals who want to do their own taxes without hiring a preparer. Financial expert Eric Tyson teams up with tax experts Margaret Munro and David Silverman to answer the most frequently asked tax questions in plain English.
How to Pay Zero Taxes 2009
By Jeff A. Schnepper
The best advice in tax savings for 25 years!“If there’s a tax break allowed out there, it’s in here.” —New York Daily NewsCompletely up to date for 2009, this tax guide focuseson saving money on taxes, not on filling out forms.From converting personal expenses into businessexpenses to avoiding or surviving an IRS audit, How toPay Zero Taxes, 2009 Edition, comprehensively coversmore deductions than any other tax book, all convenientlyorganized in six fast-access categories: exclusions,credits, “above-the-line” deductions, “below-the-line”deductions, traditional tax shelters, and supertaxshelters.
Lower Taxes in 7 Easy Steps
By Stephen Fishman
“The complete guide to lowering your taxes, one step at a time! Many personal finance books are full of hype, promising a radical reduction in taxes (or no taxes at all). Unfortunately, they often tout obscure tax strategies that apply to only a handful of people– or doubtful schemes that could bring on the IRS. Lower Taxes in 7 Easy Steps is a different kind of book, providing insights and tactics that can reduce your tax bill. Clearly and concisely, it explains the seven most valuable rules of tax planning: Boost tax-free income Get a lower tax rate Defer paying taxes Make the most of deductions Take advantage of exemptions dentify and use tax credits Shift income to other taxpayers Each rule is fleshed out with plenty of ideas, strategies and real-life examples. In the end, you’ll save time and money with confidence. Take advantage of retirement plans, home mortgages, student loans, charitable contributions, medical expenses, dependents, even businesses that never get started– and more!”