How Restaurants Can Maximize Tax Deductions [Tax Tips]

March 30, 2017 Michelle Mire

With business income tax rates as high as 30% or more — restaurants can't afford to leave any extra on the table. Learn some of the most common tax deductions restaurants should know along with other timely (and timeless) advice in our guest post on the Toast Blog

Just as the Wagepoint Blog offers a wealth of information for small business owners, the Toast Blog covers a range of topics (and well-written articles) targeted at the restaurant industry. Together, we sincerely enjoy giving business owners the information they need to thrive. 

Who is Toast? They're restaurant point of sales (POS) built for success. (And a nice group of people on top of that.) As your friendly small business payroll provider, we're advocates of doing things the right way. Cheers, Toast! 

Related: How to Manage and Pay Tipped Employees in Restaurants

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Michelle Mire

Blogmaster, content expert and marketing guru at Wagepoint, Michelle is having fun (seriously I am) extolling the virtues of small business payroll and generating articles with actionable advice for small businesses and startups. Michelle probably needs to get out a little more often.

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