Tax tips for AQHA members
AQHA members can purchase American Horse Council’s “Tax Tips” and “Owners and Breeders Tax Handbook” for discounted rates.
The American Quarter Horse Association has paired with the American Horse Council to offer AQHA members a special discount on AHC’s “Tax Tips” and “Owners and Breeders Tax Handbook.”
AQHA members can purchase “Tax Tips” for a discounted rate of $8, plus postage. The 18-page booklet, in outline form, discusses the major tax issues affecting those involved with horses as a business.
Use the code AQHATaxTips when purchasing “Tax Tips” from the American Horse Council’s website, or call 202-296-4061 and mention this offer.
AQHA members can also purchase the recently-updated AHC’s “Owners and Breeders Tax Handbook” for a special discounted rate of $69.
Find up-to-date answers to tax questions in the Handbook, including:
What do I need to do to make sure my horse activity qualifies as a business, not a hobby?
What are the depreciation rules that apply to horses?
When does the sale of a horse qualify for the capital gains rate?
When are losses from a horse business not deductible because they are passive?
The “Owners and Breeders Tax Handbook” is a must-have, valuable publication for professional horsemen, breeders, equine tax-accountants and attorneys specializing in the horse industry.
Use the code AQHATB when purchasing the “Owners and Breeders Tax Handbook” from the American Horse Council’s website, or call 202-296-4061 and mention this offer.
Make sure your AQHA membership is current, so you can take advantage of this great discount on helpful resources.
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