The “MicroBusiness” Defined
For the purposes of this book, a “MicroBusiness” is defined as any business with $1 Million or less in annual sales.
While the topics in this book are geared towards the MicroBusiness, many of the concepts are applicable to larger small businesses with annual sales as high as $10 Million.
Effective Tax Planning
Tax planning is a key element in running a successful business. An effective tax plan for a business owner can be as valuable as an effective business plan.
Effective Tax Planning for the MicroBusiness is devoted to tax savings, tax deferral, and tax planning strategies for the small business owner and self-employed individual with $1 million or less in annual sales/revenue. These strategies have been boiled down into their key elements and presented in a simple, easy-to read format.
The purpose of effective tax planning is threefold:
- Determine what tax savings strategies will be available in the current year and plan to ensure that your business meets the criteria for the applicable strategies.
- Identify ways to defer taxes to future years in order to improve current-year cash flow.
- Calculate the amount of tax that will be due at the end of the year after all tax savings and tax deferral strategies have been exhausted in order to allow time to accumulate enough cash to pay your tax bill without having to work out a payment
Learn the best way to lend money to your business, how to accelerate accelerated depreciation, how to save on taxes by keeping jobs on US soil, how to save money by leasing appreciating assets to your business, how to battle the Alternative Minimum Tax, how to sell your business tax-free, and many other valuable tax savings strategies.