Small Business Tax
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Suppose your home is burglarized while you’re away. Of course, you have to promptly notify the local authorities and your insurance company. But is that the end of the matter? Not as far as taxes are concerned.
The tax law enacted late in 2014—the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014—gives away tax breaks with one hand and takes them away with the other.
Q. I’m helping a nonprofit build a structure, and I’m paying some of the cost. Is this deductible? C.B., Santa Fe, N.M.
A new tax law tacked onto the Tax Increase Prevention Act of 2014 is designed to provide new tax benefits to disabled individuals.
Of course, taxes aren’t everything, but some highly taxed U.S. citizens are relocating abroad.
It’s your company, after all, so you deserve the lion’s share of the retirement plan benefits. But it doesn’t always work out that way. Stringent anti-discrimination rules limit the amounts you can salt away in your own account even if you had to skimp in earlier years while you were building up the business. Strategy: Add an age-weighted component to a profit-sharing plan.
The tax law allows you to deduct job-related moving expenses as long as you meet this two-part test.
Q. I’m retiring later this year. Can I contribute to a Roth IRA in addition to my 401(k)? D.A., Baltimore
Q. I picked up $12,000 of my mother’s medical rehab expenses that weren’t covered by insurance. Can I deduct those? M.T.G., Van Nuys, Calif.
If you’re selling a prime piece of real estate, you can probably get top dollar in today’s market. But it may be worthwhile to structure the deal so you receive payments over several years.