Top 10 Home Business Tax Tips

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One of the great virtues of starting a home business is the tax breaks you can claim. However, a popular belief is that claiming aggressive - and maybe slightly exaggerated - write-offs is a sure-fire way to attract IRS auditors. We'll look at some of the more popular home business write-offs as well as some tips on how you can legitimately claim them. (Homebodies can save big on their tax bill. Learn how in How To Qualify For The Home-Office Tax Deduction.)

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