Small Business Tax

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The IRS says it will stop collecting the federal excise tax on long-distance telephone service and will refund excise taxes paid—plus interest—since Feb. 28, 2003.
We bought U.S. Savings Bonds for my daughter when she was born, and she also received EE bonds as gifts. Now that she is in her freshman year at college, we want to use the bonds to pay for tuition. Should she cash in all the bonds this year? Isn’t the interest tax-exempt if the money is used to pay for college? A.R.S., Massachusetts
The IRS doesn’t want you to be hooked in a phishing expedition: It’s taking steps to scare away the anglers. The IRS has established an electronic mailbox—phishing@irs.gov—for you to forward suspicious-looking e-mail claiming to be from the agency. (IRS internal release 2006-49)
As a small business owner, you generally can deduct 100 percent of your family’s medical insurance costs even if you’re self-employed. But you can do better tax wise by taking an unusual approach.
Taxes may be the last thing on your mind when you’re bogged down in a messy legal battle. But errors in the way you draft a settlement agreement could mean thousands of dollars going to Uncle Sam instead of into your pocket.

Congress is considering reforming (permanently, this time) the confusing federal estate-tax law. But don't wait for Congress to act before revisiting your personal estate plan. Changes already scheduled to take effect at year-end hasten the need to dust off your family's estate plan later this year, regardless of Congress's actions.

Is income from a trust taxed as ordinary income?
Two separate studies have found that people aren’t taking advantage of two very basic breaks from work: lunch and vacation. A May survey of 1,000 office workers found that more than half of them take 30 minutes or less for lunch.
How do you figure the amount available for a partial exclusion? Multiply the available exclusion by the appropriate ratio.
Writing off car damages from a trip acting as director on the board for a charity.