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Inventor's Guide to Law, Business & Taxes with CDROM [Paperback]

Stephen Fishman
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, Well Written, Survey Book!! Jan. 12 2004
This book can be read quickly to get a general idea of
what an inventor needs to do, then it can be read in
more detail as the inventor tried to figure out
whether a particular expense is tax deductable or not
(or maybe it can be depreciated).
The chapters are targeted well to an inventor's needs:
Chapter 6 is about how to prove to the IRS that you are
serious about your inventing activities.
And, by the way, there are surprises. A naive inventor might
even think about taking any deductions, but the $25,000
immediate deduction for long-term property is a pleasent
surprise.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent, Well Written, Survey Book!! Jan. 12 2004
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This book can be read quickly to get a general idea of
what an inventor needs to do, then it can be read in
more detail as the inventor tried to figure out
whether a particular expense is tax deductable or not
(or maybe it can be depreciated).
The chapters are targeted well to an inventor's needs:
Chapter 6 is about how to prove to the IRS that you are
serious about your inventing activities.
And, by the way, there are surprises. A naive inventor might
even think about taking any deductions, but the $25,000
immediate deduction for long-term property is a pleasent
surprise.
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