Writer's Pocket Tax Guide
The Writer's Pocket Tax Guide is a simple guide to the federal tax rules applicable to the income and expenses of those
who write for a living. It includes a line-by-line review of Schedule C and Form 8829 with explanations and examples on
how to apply the rules for income, business expenses, depreciation, auto expenses, home office deductions, and much more.
Writer's Pocket Tax Guide is a full-fledged hypertext publication that not only contains cross-reference links to the other
sections of the book, but can also bring up pdf versions of the applicable IRS forms, instructions and publications if you are reading it on an Internet-enabled device.
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Christine Katz included the Writer's Pocket Tax Guide in her
"Get Published and Prosper in 2007: The Essential Resource List for Thrifty Writers" in
the December 2006 issue of
Writers on the Rise newsletter. She said, "Here's one extremely helpful booklet."