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.
Every time we prospected here we found gold, sometimes some really coarse flakes, but no large nuggets (yet).
My intention was to end this discussion with waypoints and routes, then I found USGS maps of the Plainfield Quadrangle.
The use of dowsing methods to locate underground minerals and materials has been a rather delicate subject for some time. A certain stigma has been automatically attached to both the methods employed and the persons who use these techniques.
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