4 Self-Imposed Taxes You Should Stop Paying

Did you know there are taxes you may have imposed on yourself that is costing you your business?

April 15, 2015
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4 Self-Imposed Taxes You Should Stop Paying

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Entrepreneurial writer Geoffrey James of Inc.com offers tips on “How to Avoid Paying Four Huge Taxes.”

Don’t let the headline fool you, James is not suggesting government tax evasion. Rather, he's pinpointing the self-imposed taxes that may slow down a business’ quest to success.

Take the Idleness Tax, for example. James writes: “when you avoid important work to do something trivial, like cleaning your office, you’re paying an idleness tax.”

Moreover, if you hold meetings with no agenda, you’re paying an idleness tax as well as taxing everyone else in the meeting.

Find out what the other avoidable taxes are, head over to Inc.com.

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