The Business of Mining—Home Office Tax Deduction
November 2009 by Mark E. BattersbyIt is not just a few small-scale prospectors who use a home office. An increasing number of miners, prospectors, and mining-related business owners are operating at least a portion of their business from a home office.
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In this article, we’re going to take a look at the minerals that contain gold and silver, and how you as a prospector can identify them in the field.
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