Small Business Tax Strategies

No matter how far you travel on business, you can deduct auto expenses so long as the trip’s primary purpose is business- related. That’s true even if you derive secondary benefits from the trips.

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Do you need other employees behind you in order to open a Roth IRA

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Decreasing the tax withholding at your job to make up the difference of stock market losses

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Adjusting depreciation on a building you are expanding

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Calculating the year on home-sale exclusion based on principal residence

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The home-sale gain exclusion is probably the largest single federal
income tax break for individuals. If you qualify, you can pocket up to
a half-million dollars of tax-free profit from the sale of your home—no
strings attached.

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Higher-income families who filed for an extension on their individual returns may still be able to slip through a newly discovered, unintended tax loophole to trim even more taxes. (Or, if the extra tax savings are worth it, you may want to file an amended return to secure those savings.)

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Employees who are more physically fit are often more productive and less of a burden on your health-insurance plan.

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Small business owners now have more time to bring their SIMPLE IRA plans up
to date.

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The new IRS tables for business vehicles placed in service in 2006 set
the depreciation limits…

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