Small Business Tax

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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.
Are you planning to sell your business soon? Your huge payday could turn into a huge capital gain. But you can reduce your resulting tax bill, provide for a comfortable retirement and help out a favorite charity in one shot.
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. (IRS Notice 2006-50)
A number of states and localities are expanding the definition of “public nuisance,” putting many more small businesses at risk.
Used judiciously, instant messaging (IM) allows your business to cut down on long distance charges, conduct real-time interaction with clients, and host chats and conferences with vendors. But used without guidelines, it can hamper productivity, embarrass you and even jeopardize your company’s trade secrets.