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Finding Small Business Income Tax Help Online

If you feel overwhelmed by your small business's income tax statement, you're not alone. Taking care of your business's income taxes can be difficult, but you can find tax help from online sources geared specifically to small business owners and managers. These Web sites work hard to take the mystery out of IRS rules and regulations. Here are just a handful of great sites to help you with your small business taxes:

  • OPEN: American Express Small Business Network: This site contains articles addressing a variety of income tax issues of particular interest to small businesses.

  • Business Owner’s Toolkit: This comprehensive guide to starting and building a successful business has an extensive tax section.

  • TurboTax: Intuit offers tax help and support for its TurboTax software at its online tax center 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

  • IRS Online: For home office startup information and online publications and forms, go to the source: the Internal Revenue Service.

  • L.A. Times Online: The Times’ Web site offers helpful tax and business information.

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