If you are reading this post there is a good chance that you haven’t done your taxes yet and you might be a bit panicked. First let me say this – next year plan ahead a bit more and get your taxes done early – waiting until the last-minute can increase your chance of error or even late-filing fees. Also – make sure you know your limitations, you can do your taxes on your own for only so long, eventually you’ll need a tax pro because it just gets to be too much.
Now that I got that out of the way – let me help you take control of your taxes and file correctly and on-time this year. Since it is a bit too late to hire an accountant you can still go it on your own thanks to a handy little book I discovered a few years ago. In fact I gave this book to my accountant and he uses it to do my taxes now!
The book is called The Domain Tax Guide and it is the only book I have EVER promoted on my blog outside of my own. I promote it because I know it is the most comprehensive resource for Domainers trying to understand how to do their taxes.
The book answers the following questions and more:
If you have already finished your taxes and you’re reading this post – take a break! Your work is done! However if you’re sitting here on April 10th wondering, “Am I doing my taxes right?” Then it might be time to buy The Domain Tax Guide!
This is NOT a sponsored post. You will notice that my affiliate link is used above – the purpose of this post is to promote a useful resource that I myself purchased and used. I will NEVER recommend any product I have not used myself and stand-behind 100%. The above book is offered with a no-questions-asked money-back guarantee so if you don’t like it you can return in up to two months after purchase!