The personal computer (PC) has become part of the average American household. But if you’re self-employed and you use your PC extensively for business, you can lose valuable depreciation deductions by allowing family members to use it.
Qualifying for home-sale exclusion demands ownership and residence for two of the past five years
Does hiring your child actually save money if the child has to pay FICA?
Providing a tax-free cafeteria for aging corporate officers is a questionable move
Even though the tax rules for dependency exemptions were tweaked last year, you can claim an exemption for an elderly relative only if you provide more than half of his or her annual support. Thus, if you and a sibling jointly support Mom or Dad, it’s likely that neither one of you will be entitled to the exemption.
Calculating provisional income from a small distribution from a Roth IRA
Putting a value on reputation
Kindergarten tuition does not qualify for the dependent care credit.
Think the government would run better if agency chiefs behaved more like CEOs? Not according to Good to Great author Jim Collins.
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