Despite what insults you quietly mutter about them around April 15, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) does support entrepreneurs who apply a little elbow grease to their marketing. The IRS generously provides tax deductions for certain business expenses, such as the cost of printing business cards and other marketing collateral.
We all know that every business has to start somewhere. Some boast humble beginnings like Google starting up in a rented garage. Others are more controversial, like Facebook, which began as an online game that ranked people’s hotness before swiping right became normal (Thanks Mark Zuckerberg).