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Entrepreneurs Pay Too Much in Taxes Because They Don't Do This

As we head deeper into tax season, we're starting to hear from more and more Americans experiencing sticker shock as they file their returns. Gone is the comforting and often sizable refund check they've come to expect every year. Instead, they're finding they're owed much less than in previous years or, in the worst cases, are in debt to Uncle Sam for the first time in their lives.

There is a certain, somewhat understandable, at play

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