The more you claim on your taxes, the less money you owe to the IRS. It’s important to make sure that you claim everything you’re entitled for in order to save as much money as you can on your taxes. This means you should consider looking into whether you can claim your personal work space as a home office deduction.To qualify as a business deduction, you must use your home as your principal place of business or as a place where the taxpayer meets customers, clients, or patients in the normal course of business, regularly and exclusively. The amount you can deduct is limited to the percentage use of your home office.
Larry Bertsch and his team were recently mentioned in an article published at VegasInc.com:
…Also, accountant Larry Bertsch and his team will work as a special master for the court, studying the Experience’s finances before and after Bloom left. This is something they do regularly for the court…You can read the full article here: http://www.vegasinc.com/news/2011/oct/01/mob-experience/