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Small Business Tax

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Claiming a dependency exemption the year after you didn't
Normally, you can’t deduct amounts spent on clothes you wear to work. So, if you buy a smart new suit or outfit for the office or an important business meeting, you reap no tax benefit from the outlay.
The Pension Protection Act of 2006 overhauls the tax rules for deducting charitable donations. If you’re not careful, the tax reforms can hit you right where it hurts . . . in your pocketbook.
It’s a common situation: As the beneficiary of your parent’s 401(k) plan, you’re to receive a big lump-sum distribution from the plan. The 401(k) requires you to take the payout within a year of the plan participant’s death.
If you don’t like clutter, throw away those old telephone bills.
Are you in the market for a new passenger car? If you’re energy-conscious and you qualify, you can slice a few thousand dollars off your tax bill.
If you’ve taken in a child under a foster-care arrangement, the payments you receive from the government or other qualified agency are generally tax-free. But the tax breaks don’t stop there.
Your company is generally required to pay tax into a state unemployment-insurance fund. Although the figures vary from state to state, the pay-in is usually determined by the ratio of your payroll to the reserve in your account.
Common situation: As the beneficiary of a parent’s 401(k) plan, you’re entitled to receive a big lump-sum distribution from the plan. The 401(k) requires you to take the payout within a year of the plan participant’s death.
One of the tax laws passed this year—the Tax Increase Prevention and Reconciliation Act (TIPRA)—has caused a lot of grumbling among tax-savvy parents. Reason: TIPRA generally extends the “kiddie tax” an extra four years for every child.
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