IRS Offers Free Small Business e-Newsletter

The IRS has started a news service, e-News for Small Businesses. Distributed every Wednesday, it brings timely, useful tax information right to your computer, including, but not limited to:

  • Important, upcoming tax dates

  • What’s new on the IRS Web site

  • Reminders and tips to assist businesses with tax compliance

  • IRS news releases and special IRS announcements

E-News’ convenient format will put IRS tax information at your fingertips. “Useful Links” brings you quickly to some of the most useful information on IRS.gov for large and small businesses and the self-employed.

To start your FREE subscription to e-News, just go to IRS.gov at: http://www.irs.gov/businesses/small/content/0,,id=154826,00.html

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