Tax Planning 2012: Get a Head Start on the New Year By Getting Your Taxes Right

Now that 2011 is over, it’s time to think about your taxes – making sure your current tax bill is as low as it can legally be, and planning to make sure your future tax bill is even lower than it was last year. In this popular NFIB webinar, small business attorney and columnist Cliff Ennico will walk you through what you need to know about our complicated tax system, the deductions you can take (including some you probably don’t know about), how to avoid being audited, and the books and records you need to keep in order to make your life as easy as possible.

Watch the video above to learn how you can start 2012 off right!

Watch and you will learn:

  • The steps to tax compliance
  • How to take advantage of deductions like Home Office
  • How to deal with estimated taxes
  • When sales tax from other states applies to you
  • How to avoid the trap of Use Tax

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Webinar Details
Recorded Wed., Jan. 11
12 PM ET (9 AM PT)>

About The Presenter:

Cliff Ennico is a a nationally recognized authority and author on the legal problems of small business. An attorney by training, Cliff has worked with over 10,000 small businesses in his 30-year career, and currently practices law in his own practice in Fairfield, CT.

He is best known as the former host of the PBS TV series, MONEYHUNT, his weekly business advice column, Succeeding in Your Business, (, is syndicated nationally in dozens of major newspapers and websites.

Cliff is also the author of over 15 leading books on small business law and management, including "Small Business Survival Guide", "MoneyHunt: 27 New Rules for Growing a Breakaway Business", and "The eBay Seller’s Tax and Legal Answer Book"

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