No tax please, we're small business

August 1997
CA Magazine;Aug97, Vol. 130 Issue 6, p6
Trade Publication
Presents information on as it relates to the findings of the survey `Small Business: The engine of our Economy,' which was conducted by Padget Business Services among small businesses to addresses issues associated with the preparation of tax returns. Details on the tax which small businesses hate; Results of the survey.


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