Volume 1, Issue 11
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The Trucker Tax Letter
"We don't just "do" your taxes, we CUT them"

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Five Basic Trucker Tax Strategies
After April 15th, we find ourselves in the perfect time to re-assess where your company's tax strategy is taking you.

For many, these are "training wheels" suggestions (i.e., your issues are much more complex, and a deeper dive is necessary), but even for well-established drivers or small fleets, it might make sense to take a look at ...

1) Basic deduction-taking
A quick example that comes to mind -- claiming your home office. Yes, it can be an audit "red flag", but that's only if you don't claim it properly. It's just one of the many great tax breaks available in the code, that aren't terribly complicated but that a good professional (like us!) can easily ensure is getting taken in the most effective and ethical way.


We here at eTruckerTax created our very own "Trucker Checklist" to make sure that you get the write offs that the "corner" tax-prep store doesn't even know about.  

Entrepreneurship, Via Failure


Benjamin and Betty Eisenstadt ran a cafeteria across the street from the Brooklyn Navy Yard during World War II. There were enough workers to keep them serving 24 hours a day. But then the war ended and business nearly ground to a halt.


One day Betty started thinking about how messy sugar bowls could be. What if, she thought, each serving of sugar came in its own tidy little bag?

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From Your Friend, Dennis Bridges
No Annoying Tax Lingo... Just Straight, Easy-To-Follow Expert Advice!

Our Clients Are Like a Warm Breeze


We're so honored by our clients that graciously refer their friends, neighbors and family our way so they, too, can save money on taxes in 2015. During this economy, we each need all the money we can preserve from the IRS!

Do You Have Friends That Want To Save on Taxes?

The Rainy Day Fund, Explained


Something I am always urging our clients toward is creating an emergency fund in case of a layoff, an injury, or some other event that interrupts your paycheck. Your safety net should cover at least six to eight months' worth of living expenses. Here's how to calculate how much you need to save:


1) Gather spending data. Collect all your financial
records for the past year, including bank and credit card statements, ATM receipts, and canceled checks.


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