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  • Genre:FICTION
  • SubGenre:Romance / General
  • Language:English
  • Pages:76

Taxpertise: A Novella for the Creative Mind

Murder, Mayhem, Romance, Comedy and Tax Tips, For Artists Of All Kinds

by Bonnie Lee

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Overview

A fiction novel which is a love story and a murder mystery incorporates valid tax tips for self-employed individuals in the creative arts: Painters, Performers, Musicians, Writers or Anyone Who Hates Numbers. No formulas. "They said there'd be no math," and they are right! You learn enough to ask intelligent questions of qualified tax professionals and steer your business in a direction that will help you save tax dollars! And be entertained at the same time.

Description

You've heard of starving artists. Many of them are starving because they fork out too much money in taxes. And why does that happen? Because most artists hate numbers and consequently don't deal with them too well. I was asked to write a tax book specifically for artists but my first thought was, "Would anyone actually read it?" I pictured artists with insomnia purchasing this book as a sleep aid. Yet there is so much valuable information that can help whose who hate numbers and keep more dollars in their pockets that I was forced to rethink the approach so I can reach out and help them. And so I chose a format that would be entertaining: a Novella. Kim Stillwell is a single, gorgeous, 34-year-old tax professional. When Luke Hunter, a rock musician, becomes a client, her heart goes into a spin! It's love at first sight, but she doesn't trust her feelings. While preparing his tax returns and organizing his home office, she remains professional, yet the romantic stirrings continue and seem to be reciprocated. Then the murder of Dominic Rodriguez, Luke's previous bookkeeper, throws their budding romance into mistrust and turmoil. Follow their adventures and gain valuable knowledge through the tax tips offered at the end of each chapter. Even those have a humorous edge!

About the author

Bonnie Lee, E.A. is the author of Entrepreneur Press book, “Taxpertise, The Complete Book of Dirty Little Secrets and Tax Deductions for Small Business the IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know.” Lee writes two weekly tax columns for FOXbusiness.com and a monthly tax column for the The Sonoma Valley Sun. She has appeared on KSFO radio in San Francisco and The Morning Show, a television talk show in Santa Rosa. As an Enrolled Agent, Lee is admitted to practice at all levels within the Internal Revenue Service. She founded Taxpertise (formerly Symmetry Business Services) in 1982. Her firm prepares income tax returns for individuals and small businesses. They also represent taxpayers in audits, offers in compromise, tax problem resolution, and they help non-filers safely reenter the system. Taxpertise specializes in issues relating to self-employed individuals and real estate professionals. A native of San Francisco, Bonnie Lee currently resides in Sonoma with her husband, David.

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