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There is a shorter form called Schedule C-EZ for self-employed people in service industries. It can be applicable to those who have receipts of $25,000 or less and deductible expenses of $2,000 or less. Check with your accountant to see if you qualify. Deductible expenses include advertising costs, brochures, business cards, professional group dues, subscriptions to trade journals and magazines, legal and professional services, leased office equipment, office supplies, business travel expenses, etc.
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