Small Business Tax
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If you want a private letter ruling from the IRS, the price tag has gone up, effective Feb. 1.
Are you filing your 2014 tax return electronically or on paper? IRS Commissioner John Koskinen warned that paper filers could face delays of a week or more on their refunds.
Q. I’m self-employed and pay for health insurance for myself (and my wife). Can we deduct this cost as a personal medical expense?
The IRS has set up a resource center for tax professionals dealing with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act on 2014 returns.
If you think that completing and filing a federal tax return is pretty cut-and-dried, think again.
Have you completed your 2014 tax return yet? Take a look at these opportunities to save.
Q. We repaired our damaged roof, but the contractor’s work was shoddy. Is this deductible as a casualty loss?
Generally, you can deduct marketing and promotional expenses incurred in furthering your business operation. But you can’t deduct payments made by your enterprise that aren’t expected to generate business income.
Are you responsible for additional federal income tax due to a fabrication, error or omission by your spouse on a joint tax return? Maybe not. You don’t have to pay the piper if you qualify as a so-called “innocent spouse.”
How would you like to leave tax-sheltered assets to your kids and grandkids that can actually increase in value over time? It’s not a pipe dream.