Small Business Tax

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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.
Writing off car damages from a trip acting as director on the board for a charity.
Does it still make sense to use home-office deductions if the IRS is cracking down?
Second audits can go differently than the first
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 taxwise by taking an unusual approach.
When you reach a certain point in life, you’re generally entitled to receive Social Security retirement benefits. Congratulations; you earned it. But it’s not as simple as cashing a check each month. If you don’t stay on top of things, you’ll have to give some of that money back to the government in taxes.
Tax law takes a two-tiered approach with Social Security benefits. Here’s how it works.