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Five year-end tax strategies for small businesses

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How buying an SUV or building a sidewalk could save you lots of money.

Wall Street Journal | December 23, 2009

Attention, small-business owners: it's not too late to make some smart moves and slash your business' 2009 taxes. To start with, some soon-to-expire tax breaks are too good to ignore if your operation is healthy enough to need and be able to pay for equipment and software. And there's more. 
 
Check out the full list at the Wall Street Journal.
 
 

 

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