IRS Tax Publishing Makes 100 Tax Loopholes and Tax Write-Offs for Home Based Businesses Free for the First 5000 Readers

IRS Tax Publishing is making it's latest book "100 Tax Loopholes & Tax Write-Offs for Home Based Businesses, free to the first 5000 Kindle readers who can read the book on desktop, laptop, mobile phones or e-readers


San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/23/2014 -- The Publishing Group announced today that they will make the book "100+ Tax Loopholes and Tax-Writes for Home Based Businesses" available to the first 5000 persons who download the book from the Kindle Store on Amazon.

The book highlights over 100 tax write-offs neglected by millions of small business owners each year. C. Ingraham, the author and a registered tax professional with the IRS, says that the IRS doesn't actually provide a detailed list for home based businesses or small business. The IRS provides categories of tax write-offs, of which taxpayers often miss dozens of legal write-offs.

The book promotion is to help business owners get a grip on tax-write offs mid-year and begin a tax planning campaign for the upcoming tax season.

"A free tax planning book that can save you hundreds of dollars in the coming year is a great way to help tax payers understand that tax planning in mid-year is a wise decision." says C. Ingraham, RTRP

Readers can download the free book at:

About C. Ingraham, RTRP
C. Ingraham has retired to a small fishing village south of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. She is the founder of a small mobile tax service in the San Francisco Bay Area for individuals and small business owners. Since retirement C. Ingraham created the website, a place where taxpayers can get updates on the latest tax laws and loopholes. Her direction since retirement includes tax planning and reporting on offshore accounts, taxes and laws and has resulted in other tax books.