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Date: September 26, 2007
Subject: Business Tax Trng Call - (Form Sch C)

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G&G Associates
Tax & Financial Consulting Services


Do you have a business and Uncle Sam is still taking hundreds of dollars out of your check? Why? Is it because you don't know that you have over 422 tax deductions allotted to you as a business owner and you are paying more taxes than you should. I hope you are on the conference calls this week because we'll be training about how to stop paying more taxes than you should.

This week I’ll be going over the IRS form Schedule C. Learn how you can get an instant pay raise without having to ask your boss. With your business, you can get these tax savings now instead of later. Stop giving Uncle Sam an Aunt IRS an interest free loan when you could be using this money to eliminate debt or enhance your business.

Set reminders...do whatever is necessary...STOP giving away your money to the government when you could legally be keeping thousands of dollars a year. Look at your last pay stub, did Uncle Sam take anything out for Federal & State income taxes? If so, get on the call and I'll show you how to keep it if you'd like…LEGALLY!!!

Make sure to download the form Schedule C from the link below so you can have it for the conference call or you can visit our website at www.gngassociates.net, click on the calendar link and download the form from there.

Thursday, September 27, 2007
9:00p-10:00p
Tax & Financial Trng Call
September is Tax Training Month

> Business vs. Job (You do the math)
> W-4 training (Get an instant pay raise)
> Record-keeping
> 422 Tax deductions (Sch C Training)

Download Links:
http://www.gngassoc.com/TaxClass/SCH_C_2007.pdf

712-451-6100 pin 974124#

All Times are eastern standard time (please make adjustment for time zone

Thanks
Gary Gray
Tax & Financial Consultant, RFC
G&G Associates
877-817-6031 toll-free
866-361-3872 toll free fax
www.gngassociates.net


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