By Mark E. Battersby Why would any full-service restaurant operator ignore perfectly good, legitimate tax deductions? Our complex tax rules and an Internal Revenue Service consistently on the lookout for missed income and exaggerated deductions paint a one-sided picture of our tax laws. It is not easy trying to break a life-long habit of minimizing income and maximizing deductions to produce a low tax bill. Surprisingly, the lowest tax bills often result from legitimate tax deductions ...
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