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ATBS’ tax team and proprietary software finds deductions you don’t know about and expenses you forgot about. Click here to learn more about how we do your taxes in three easy steps.

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Let ATBS do all the work. Simply send ATBS your receipts and we will do all your bookkeeping, accounting, create monthly Profit & Loss Statements, and provide a scorecard on how your business is performing versus your peers.

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ATBS can quickly and effectively resolve all IRS issues from wage garnishments to levies, and from offers in compromise to IRS audits. ATBS is highly skilled at navigating the maze of IRS regulations, laws, protocols, negotiating settlements, and protecting your rights. Click here to learn more about ATBS' tax resolution services.

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Saving for Retirement Using the Saver’s Tax Credit

Saving for Retirement Using the Saver’s Tax Credit

May 2015. What is the Saver's Tax Credit? Did you know that you can start using this tax credit to save up for your retirement? Learn more about it.

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Healthy Amount of Separation

Healthy Amount of Separation

May 2015. As an independent contractor or business owner, it’s often difficult to separate your personal life from your business life. The home office often doubles as the kitchen table and the line between business purchases and personal expenses can often become blurry. Keeping your business and personal accounts separate to avoid commingling of funds is one of the ways to ensure that your corporation can continue to act as a veil between your business assets and your personal assets.

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10 Tips to Follow if You Receive a Letter from the IRS

10 Tips to Follow if You Receive a Letter from the IRS

May 2015. Your taxes have been filed and some of you might have even received a refund from Uncle Sam. Unfortunately, some of you might not have been quite so lucky. You might have received a scarier letter from the IRS.  Each year the IRS mails millions of notices and letters to taxpayers. There are a variety of reasons why they might send you a notice. Here are the top 10 tips to know in case you get one.

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The Best and Worst States for Outbound Freight

The Best and Worst States for Outbound Freight

May 2015. As a truck driver, you want to always be pulling a load.  This means that after you deliver a shipment, you want to be loading up a new load that same day and bringing it back home.You know that not all loads are created equal: a van shipment will pay less than a flatbed, and a flatbed will pay less than a reefer.  But the prices vary dramatically by state.  If you are able to control more precisely where you deliver to, then it would be best to pay attention to the best and worst states for outbound freight.

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Six Tips to Further Your Career While On the Road

Six Tips to Further Your Career While On the Road

April 2015. If you’re looking to bring your career to the next level or maybe expand your business in the future, there are ways to gain new skills and knowledge while on the road. 

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Lack of Water and Your Brain

Lack of Water and Your Brain

April 2015. You don't even know it, but you're dehydrated. What are the effects of dehydration to your body and brain? Read more about it.

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Guide to Owner-Operator Success eBook

Guide to Owner-Operator Success eBook

April 2015.  ATBS tracks and analyzes the financial data of 15,000+ fleet Owner-Operators and identifies key trends including pay, fixed and variable costs, miles, revenue per mile, and more. Our fleet partners rely on ATBS to help make critical retention and operational decisions.

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