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Subject: ""FREE Tax Service For Small Business & 1099 Earners!"" Previous topic | Next topic
itaxbackWed Mar-14-07 02:54 AM
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""FREE Tax Service For Small Business & 1099 Earners!""


Are You One of the Millions of Americans Who is Overpaying Their Taxes Every Year?

Over 70% of all Small Businesses, Self Employed Individuals and 1099 Income Earners have over paid their taxes!

Right now the IRS has $5 Billion dollars in overpaid taxes sitting in a trust fund, accruing interest, waiting to be claimed. The catch is that most people don't know they've overpaid, and the IRS isn't required by law to tell them. If you don't find the mistakes and request a refund within 3 years, then the IRS keeps the money.

How is it possible your CPA would miss tax advantages for you?

There are literally volumes and volumes of laws that can potentially affect the amount of taxes you end up paying - and those laws change constantly. Often new laws are introduced after the Tax season is over that can be applied with retro effect. Unfortunately, very few tax preparers actually have the time to learn the hundreds of new tax laws and changes released every year.

The average tax preparer completes about 480 returns during tax season. With this overwhelming workload, and the ever-changing tax code, it's nearly impossible to identify every possible deduction that could help reduce your tax liability.

Let Us Help!

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