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Today's Tax Tip

Finger_pointing to rightTax season 2012 is here. To make fulfilling your tax duty as painless as possible, you'll find a Daily Tax Tip over there in the ol' blog's right column. Each day, including weekends and federal holidays, you'll find ways to cut your 2011 tax bill, ease your filing tasks and/or make key 2012 tax year planning moves. And if you miss a day, don't worry. You can visit the complete list of 2012 tips.

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Kenneth Gibbons LLC

As a tax professional I wanted to say your blog is well written to the point. Also I like the Uncle Sam logo. I will forward your site to other professionals I know.

Kay

Greg, congrats on your new business venture! While getting expert help, especially with taxes, is always a good idea, for a new company one of the major tax software programs that includes small business filings should be sufficient to get you started. Kay

Greg Cooperville

When should I employ the use of a tax professional for my small business? It's fledgling at the moment, but I hope to make at least a small profit this year. Is personal tax software still OK for this?

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