No matter how you look at it the abbreviation IRS never seems to go well with anything. In fact after you read this entry you may still feel the same way about the Internal Revenue Service. Domainers, I am here to show you that the IRS is indeed your friend and to prove this they are giving away 2010 Tax Calendars to small businesses and the self-employed. Now I am sure that these calendars won’t include any of the eye candy you are used to viewing, but it does include important tax information! Here is a brief description of what the calendar includes directly from the IRS website:
The Tax Calendar for Small Businesses and Self-Employed (Pub 1518, Catalog Number 12350Z) is now available. This 12-month wall calendar is filled with useful information on general business taxes, IRS and SSA customer assistance, electronic filing and paying options, retirement plans, business publications and forms, and common tax filing dates. Each page highlights different tax issues and tips that may be relevant to small business owners with room on each month to add notes, state tax dates, or business appointments.
I am pretty sure that the majority of domainers out there could benefit from this free product. Why not take advantage of the offer and have the IRS give you something for a change:
To order your free calendar click here!