Small Business Tax

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Starting with 2006 tax returns, you’ll have more “direct deposit” options if you’re entitled to a refund.
The IRS has launched a public-education program meant to address the growing federal tax gap—the difference between the amount taxpayers voluntarily pay and the amount actually owed.
Q  I’ve started a new business venture with some friends. To attract clients, we plan to entertain people at a nearby country club. If I pay the annual club dues out of my own pocket, can I deduct the cost on my personal return?
Q  Please settle a bet: My friend says that LLCs are taxed like partnerships; I say they’re taxed as corporations.
Who’s right?
Q  I’m having a home built in Florida that includes a swimming pool, which my doctor prescribed for a heart ailment. Can I deduct the pool’s cost over time?
Good news: The IRS has just expanded the activities qualifying for Section 199 “manufacturing” deductions and liberalized other provisions starting in the 2006 tax year.
Dependent care credit is not available for a caretaker under 19.
Claiming casualty losses for trees in a landscaped yard lost to insects
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Country club dues as deductable business expenses?