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Salt Lake City Bookkeeping Blog

Three Reasons To Consider An S Corporation For Your Small Business

Posted by Matt Roberge on Mar 28, 2012 5:00:00 AM

Today's blog post is a guest Blog post from John Briggs.  John is a CPA for Lunsford and Peck and you are welcome to contact him via email.

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Topics: Tax Preparation For Year End, Tax Compliance, Tax Shelters, Small Business Accounting, CPA, Tax Tips, S Corporation, 1099s, S Corp

Need a Tax Shelter? Invest in a Bad Business Idea

Posted by Matt Roberge on Apr 1, 2011 9:10:00 AM

Being a small business bookkeeper I get involved with a lot of new businesses and start-ups.  To tell you the truth my heart lies with the start-up entrepreneur.  It takes a lot of smarts, guts and effort to launch a business from the ground up....I live for it.  Sometimes ideas are great and they work, sometimes ideas are great and they flop and sometimes ideas are just flat out bad and don't ever get off the ground.  I tend to get a lot of ideas presented to me and I listen to all of them with great interest only because I truly am interested.  I was born to be an entrepreneur.  This article is, well yes somewhat a joke but I had to write it.  It has been on the tips of my fingers for years.  I present to you the two worst business ideas I have ever heard hoping that I will get an investor that needs a money pit tax shelter.

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Topics: Tax Shelters, Business Ideas, Entrepreneurship