Small Business Tax Strategies

It’s still unclear whether the tuition deduction, which expired after 2013, will be reinstated for 2014. But that doesn’t mean that parents can’t claim any tax benefits for children in college.

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Do you have a 401(k) or other defined contribution retirement plan at your company? Consider an approach from the days of yore.

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As the end of the year fast approaches, you might make additional gifts to charity, including donations of stock or other assets. These extra donations can reduce your 2014 tax liability.

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Q. Can I deduct the cost of a lunch with a customer if we discuss business during the meal?

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The IRS is throwing a lifeline to taxpayers who missed an important deadline for estate tax purposes.

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The Social Security Administration announced that the wage ceiling will increase to $118,500 for 2015, up from $117,000 in 2014.

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Q. I made a charitable donation in my deceased aunt’s name. Is her estate entitled to a charitable deduction?

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Keep this tax calendar, which features the key filing deadlines for 2015, bookmarked for reference during the year.

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According to a new report by the Treasury Inspector General of Tax Administration, the IRS isn’t doing a good job handling complaints about tax return preparers.

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Do you provide a company cafeteria or other on-site meals for employees? This can be a valuable tax-free fringe benefit to employees and a way to attract and retain good workers.

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