The 10 Biggest Tax Myths that are Draining Your Profit and Slowing Your Growth

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If you’re like most business owners, you’ve probably received lots of “scary” tax advice on everything from mistakes to avoid, restrictions on what you can deduct and specific rules on your tax strategy should look like. Unfortunately, much of this advice is based on myth – and will cost you thousands of dollars. John will share strategies you can use to legally, morally, and ethically lower your personal income taxes. John Pollock doesn’t just talk about entrepreneurship – he lives it. As the CEO of Financial Gravity, John has grown his business from the dining room table to a national organization of 25 employees and led his company to 700% growth in one year. John is also disrupting industry standards – for the better. After seeing the lack of integrated advice for business owners across tax planning, financial services and business strategy, he created the first national tax firm specifically designed to help entrepreneurs reduce their personal tax liability by an average of $21,000. He is a frequent contributor to various media outlets, including Fox Radio Network, Forbes, Amex OPEN Forum, and WFAA Channel 8. He’s also the host of Financial Gravity Radio Show, a weekly show on AM 660 in Dallas, Texas, focused on proactive tax planning and growth strategies for small business owners. As an author and speaker, John has delivered keynotes and workshops to over 500 organizations and conferences for small business owners and financial advisors. Today's show is sponsored by Audible.com. Audible.com is a leading provider of spoken audio entertainment and information. Listen to audiobooks whenever and wherever you want. Get a free book when you sign up for a 30-day free trial at audibletrial.com/businessgrowth.

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