Small Business Tax

Section 179 vehicles should be a key part of your small business tax deduction strategies. Can Section 179 property fit in with your business tax strategies?

Let Business Management Daily help you get each and every rental property depreciation credit and business tax deduction you’re entitled to.

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States that borrow from the federal government to pay regular unemployment benefits must pay back those loans, including interest. The 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act waived interest payments for two years, but that provision expired at the end of last year, leaving an estimated 30 states to face a financial bind. President Obama’s 2012 budget proposal contains relief for strapped states and employers.

Q. My husband passed away 1½ years ago. Can I still claim the joint home sale exclusion if I roll over funds into another place?
The IRS has instituted a series of new initiatives relating to the payment of tax liabilities. If you read between the lines, there’s both good news and bad news on the horizon. The new announcement spells out five ways that struggling taxpayers can get a “fresh start.” But the changes may not be all that they’re cracked up to be.
An employee handbook can be the foundation of employee performance and a shield against lawsuits, or it can be a ticking time bomb that confuses employees and strips away your legal ...

Who says there are no great “tax shelters” left for investors? Strategy: If you can bear the risk, you can invest in oil and gas drilling funds. Investors can qualify for a special up-front tax break: the deduction for intangible drilling costs. A dollar invested now might provide a deduction of 50 cents, 70 cents or even 90 cents this year.

Q. I am age 75 and receiving mandatory IRA distributions. Can I use this cash to fund a Roth IRA?
Heads are rolling in Norfolk, Va., following the discovery that a government worker who was suspended 12 years ago and hasn’t done a day of work since then has been drawing a paycheck the whole time. And get this: Now that she’s been officially fired, she’s suing.

If your main workplace is your home, you may be able to deduct expenses attributable to the part of the home used for business purposes. Normally, these “everyday expenses” are personal and completely nondeductible, but you can deduct a portion based on the home’s percentage of business use. Strategy: Use the business percentage method that gives you the biggest deduction.

Is your direct deposit or paycard campaign a little long in the tooth? Now may be the best time to update it to encompass new communications media, such as smartphone apps. Leverage the technology for smartphone banking apps to sell direct deposit or payments via payroll debit paycards. You can go one step further and pair electronic pay with paperless deposit statements.

Every employee of Alaska Air Group pocketed an extra month’s pay in February when the organization paid record annual bonuses totaling $72 million. The 9% bonuses came after the airline’s 12,600 employees helped the organization exceed its 2010 operational and financial goals.

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