Small Business Tax
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It’s bad enough that you have to pay tax on most types of income. But the IRS may add insult to injury.
As with individuals, the PATH Act may expand tax planning opportunities for small business owners.
Don’t wait until the cold of winter to make all your tax planning moves for 2016.
Alimony; merger loss; personal computer
The IRS recently announced that more than 1 million taxpayers filed Form 114, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts in 2015.
As a small business owner, you frequently incur expenses during the year that qualify for business deductions. But what about the clothing you wear on your back?
Which states have the best tax climates for business operations? You don’t have to look very far for a definitive answer.
The generous $5 million federal estate tax exemption—indexed to $5.45 million in 2016—gives most families plenty of leeway. But some heirs may still have to pay the 40% federal estate tax rate.
One of the biggest and best individual federal income tax breaks on the books is the home sale gain exclusion.
Are you finally pulling the trigger on a Roth conversion? You might want to take more than one shot.