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I think I can speak for most us by saying that this was a challenging year. However, we all need to think about our tax liability come April 15, 2010. Sometimes spending money, such as buying a new lift or other equipment can actually put more money in our pockets.

 

I would like to hear from other shop owners any tax tips they might have as this year comes to an end.

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