Tax-cut expiration will be rough, but not fatal to small business

08/4/2010 | Bloomberg Businessweek

There's a lot of talk about the tragedies that will ensue if tax cuts from the administration of President George W. Bush are allowed to lapse, but most of those fears are overblown and based on myths, writes CPA and SMB consultant Gene Marks. While the cuts' expiration will present challenges for small businesses, and may slow their growth, they won't be crippling and there are plenty of things owners can do to prepare, he explains.

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