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Tax Season Kickoff Sale (Print Books $5, Kindle Books $0.99)

Most years, I update the three tax-related books in the “in 100 Pages or Less” series shortly after tax season ends. (So, for example, updates for 2012 will be started in the second half of April 2012, once the 2011 tax season has ended.) This past year, however, the CPA exam put me several months behind schedule, and I didn’t start book updates until September.

As of last week though, all three tax books have been updated with 2011 info, just barely in time for the 2011 tax season. To kick tax season off, I thought I’d put each of the three books on sale for a couple days so that regular readers can get them at a reduced price.

The details: Each of the three following books will be on sale for $5 (print) or $0.99 (Kindle) — rather than the normal list prices of $15 for print and $4.99 for Kindle — until Friday at noon (CST):

A Favor to Request

For some reason, Amazon has refused to link the old edition of the LLC vs. S-Corp vs. C-Corp book to the new edition, so there are no reviews on the book’s Amazon page at the moment. If you purchase the book and end up finding it helpful, I’d be super appreciative if you took a few minutes to write a brief 2-3 sentence review explaining why you liked it.

And, as always, if you buy any of the books and find that you don’t like it, please send me an email so that I can send you a refund. (The refund is limited to one refund per household per title though, so, for example, please don’t purchase 50 copies of a given book unless you’ve already read it and know that you like it.)

For More Information, See My Related Book:


Taxes Made Simple: Income Taxes Explained in 100 Pages or Less

Topics Covered in the Book:
  • The difference between deductions and credits,
  • Itemized deductions vs. the standard deduction,
  • Several money-saving deductions and credits and how to make sure you qualify for them,
  • Click here to see the full list.

A testimonial from a reader on Amazon:

"Very easy to read and is a perfect introduction for learning how to do your own taxes. Mike Piper does an excellent job of demystifying complex tax sections and he presents them in an enjoyable and easy to understand way. Highly recommended!"
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