Monday, April 4, 2011

Still not too late

Hi again;

It is not too late to get this ebook that can save money on  your taxes.  Get this ebook if you own a small business or if you are self-employed.  This ebook will save you much more that the cost of this ebook. 

See an earlier post that talks about how you can use part of your home as your office in your home.  That tip alone will save you hundreds of dollars if you comply with the rules set out here.

Steven Schwindt Publishing

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Ebook is now available again


This ebook is now available on the Kindle page. I changed part of, including reducing its price to $4.99.  Check it out now to save some money on your taxes.

You can have direct access this ebook at this site:

Again, since tax time is here and you need some help, check this ebook out; you can save some money on taxes by getting this ebook on your Kindle.


Tuesday, February 22, 2011

This ebook is unvavailable for a day or two


I edited part of this ebook last night, and uploaded the updated ebook.  It is not available right now, but will be in a day or two. 

Once you buy this ebook, you get access to a special website that has some of the forms you need for your tax savings.  We created this website so you could print the articles from it. 

Again, this ebook will save you much more than the cost of this book. One thing I did editing this book is to reduce the price to $4.99 from its original $5.99. 

I will let  you know when the ebook shows up again.  Like I said it will be day or two. 


Saturday, February 19, 2011

buy this ebook to save on taxes

You can save quite a bit of money on taxes if you buy this ebook.  I know I did when I filled out my Schedule C last year.  It shows me many items I did not realize I could deduct on that form.  It saved me much more than the cost of this ebook.

It can do the same for you.


Thursday, February 10, 2011

Tax Season is here

Hi again:

Tax season is here again and you can benefit from this ebook.  Although we wrote it for the small business but it applies to you as well. 

Once you do get this ebook from Kindle you get access to a website that has many tips and forms on it for you. 

The website is mentioned many times in our ebook. 

You will save more on taxes than the price of this ebook. 

Steven Schwindt Publishing

The first posting on this new blog


I created this blog to alert you about a tax book we published that includes many short cuts for the small business. 

Initially this book was called Your Home-Based Business Tax Solutions, but we changed it to be more descriptive:  Short Cuts for Business Guide

This book is a Kindle book so you can find it on the kindle page, at an address described later. 

Here is one chapter from this book, to give you an idea of what is in it.  Here is Chapter 5 from this great book:

Chapter 5


One of the most asked questions:  If I use my home as my office, what can I deduct on my tax return?

Three examples
1.    Using a bedroom (NO, if anyone sleeps there)    
2. Using a converted garage (YES, if no other use is made of that garage)
3.  Using your kitchen table. (NO, if you eat meals there)

To do so you must meet two standards or rules.    
1.    The place must be your principal place of business – that means that you have no other office you go to regularly.

2.    The office in your home must be used exclusively and regularly for your business.
·        That is, it is a place where you work only on your business matters.
·        It is a place where clients and customers can come regularly to see you and conduct business.
·        It can be a part of your current home or a separate structure like a converted garage or shop.
·        If you just store inventory, then you still can get the deductions.  It must be a place that is used to store that inventory and nothing else.
·        It is wise to have the blue prints of your home available so you can designate on them the corresponding physical area.

If you meet these rules, then you can set up a depreciation schedule for your office equipment like your computer, fax machine, copier and phone.  All your office equipment is 100% deductible.

The carry forward rules apply if you have a tax loss for the year.

Protect that deduction by having a separate phone for the office and displaying that phone number on your business card.

Have your clients or customers sign a guest book or log every time they come to see you.

Keep track of your own time by using a log that accounts for your time every six minutes (1/10 of an hour).

Once you set up your office in your home take some pictures of it and preserve those pictures in an office file.

This book is for sale on the Kindle page for $5.99.  This book is especially helpful this time of year. 

Here is the address on the Kindle page for you to find this book:

Like I told you this is an excellent book for you to read. Not written in the legalese of lawyers nor the convoluted language of most CPA's.  Instead you will find this book written in the easiest of the English language. 

This book is great for the small business owner as well as the person filing income tax for himself or herself. 

Steven Schwindt Publishing