Understandable. I think that a short sit down with an accountant would help.
On your thread about deductions the one thing that was pointed out was that if you do not deduct depreciation the IRS will nevertheless assume you did and you may in the future have to pay tax on an "recapture" of that depreciation. Otherwise, not deducting things like mileage expenses or supplies or shouldn't be a problem, but I would visit with an accountant. It will give you peace of mind and someone to rely on.
Do you already have a solo 401k with a Roth option? You could put your entire net income into the 401k if we are talking only about $13,000 in net income and then you will not have to mess with the Roth IRA.
No more lawyer stuff, no more political stuff, so no more CYA